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Airspace closed, orgy of death everywhere, this is the exit plan for the return of Indians trapped in Ukraine


Today is the second day of the war between Ukraine and Russia. So far 137 people from Ukraine have been killed in missile and bomb blasts. Several Russian planes have also been destroyed. During the war, Ukraine claimed that it destroyed 800 Russian soldiers, 7 aircraft, 6 helicopters and 130 armored vehicles. On the other hand, Russia is also claiming to destroy Ukraine’s 83 military bases.

Meanwhile, the exercise to rescue Indian students trapped in Ukraine is going on continuously. After the CCS meeting, Prime Minister Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin over the phone for about 20 minutes. Apart from appealing to stop the war and resolving the matter through talks, there was also a discussion on the safe evacuation of Indian students. For the time being, Indian students have taken refuge in dungeons and bomb shelters to save their lives.

What is the plan to expel Indians from Ukraine

A positive result of the talks that took place between PM Modi and President Putin late on Thursday evening, it has definitely come out that the Putin administration will help in the evacuation of Indian students from Ukraine. The Government of India has also engaged in the rescue operation of the students in its own way. For this, the government has started working on Plan B.

A high level meeting was also held under the leadership of PM Modi, after which Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told that the plan to return the students from Ukraine is ready. He told that if you want to go from Ukraine to Poland by road, then it is a 9 hour route and 12 hours to Vienna, that route has also been mapped out. The points I mentioned on the way like Lviv, Chernivtsi, we have also sent our teams there so that we can give whatever help we can give to our citizens from there.

Indian students will be expelled from 4 countries adjacent to Ukraine. These countries are Hungary, Romania, Slovak Republic and Poland. The Indian Embassy has set up camps on the border of these countries. The names and numbers of the officials with whom the Indian students have to be contacted in these camps have also been released. When Indian students reach these countries by road, then they will be brought to India via Qatar. For this, the Indian Embassy in Doha has made all the preparations.

The plight of families in India

When Russia attacked Ukraine, the lives of Indian students who went to study medicine from India were in danger. When the situation started deteriorating, the condition of the relatives became miserable and the Indian students trapped there also started losing their spirit. There is only one request of all the family members that the Government of India should bring back our red.

In Ukraine, about 20 thousand students are trapped in different cities. The families of all are worried about the safety of their children. Children trapped there are also pleading for help from the government in the hope of coming back. In Yamunanagar, Haryana, the parents of children trapped in Ukraine also met the Education Minister to request them to bring back their children safely. Education Minister Kanwarpal Gujjar assured them of all possible help.

Girls from Haryana’s Sonepat district are also stuck in Ukraine. The girl students informed their family members about the situation by making a video call and also requested for help to bring them to India soon. The family was also pleading for help from the government to bring their children to India. Tarun Bhatnagar, the father of a student who went to Ukraine for MBBS studies from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, is also pleading with the government to make arrangements to bring his son back to India.

The situation is frightening due to the war in Ukraine

In the midst of the war, there is an atmosphere of panic among the common people in Ukraine. In Odessa, Ukraine, people were seen entering bunkers to escape. After the attack of Russia, there is a scene of ruin all around in Ukraine. Photos of the attack from Mariupol showed burnt vehicles.

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