Indian students in Ukraine plead for help; says, “It’s not easy to go thousand miles away”

Nearly 20,000 Indians are in Ukraine and most of them are students.

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With Russia invading Ukraine, many Indian students are stuck there and pleading for help. Some students have not left their apartments, while others have moved to underground metro rail stations that could serve as bomb shelters.

Nearly 20,000 Indians are in Ukraine and most of them are students. Many videos are circulating on social media in which various students can be seen requesting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to make swift arrangements to evacuate Indians.

Ankit Sharma of Faridabad, Haryana, Saksham of UP told that all Indian students spent the night at the metro station. The bombing stopped at 12 pm. Only after that, he could sleep. We came back to our flat at 8 in the morning. All night SMS warning of Indian contract attack kept coming. While hostel students of VN Karazin Kharkiv National University also slept in bunkers.

Take a look at some of the videos widely getting shared on Internet:




Meanwhile, the Indian government has issued helpline numbers to help them. Chief Ministers of various states have shared it on social media. CM Channi requested Narendra Modi to intervene and wrote, "Deeply concerned over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war. I urge Hon’ble PM
@narendramodi Ji to intervene for the rescue and safe return of Indians in general and Punjabis in particular, stuck in war hit Ukraine."





Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has claimed that Russian forces have entered the capital. Russian tanks are just 32 km from here. The Ukrainian army has blown away their three bridges to stop Russian troops.

So far 137 people have been killed in the Russian attack, while 316 are injured. 1.700 people have been detained in Russia for protesting against them. French President Emmanuel Macron calls Russian President Vladimir Putin. Earlier, the heads of state of India, Pakistan, and Iran have spoken to Putin.

 
 
 
 

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