On Tuesday, an Indian scholar was killed by Russian shelling within the war-torn Ukrainian metropolis of Kharkiv.
Naveen Shekharappa Gyanagoudar had gone to a close-by retailer to make a purchase order.
His good friend later obtained a name from an area authority informing him that Naveen had died.
The 21-year-old’s father, after his son’s loss of life, stated that “despite scoring 97 per cent in PUC, my son could not secure a medical seat in State. To get a medical seat one has to give crores of rupees, and students are getting the same education abroad spending less money.”
Despite scoring 97% in PUC, my son couldn’t safe a medical seat in State. To get a medical seat one has to present crores of rupees&college students are getting identical training overseas spending much less cash, says father of Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian scholar who died in shelling in Ukraine pic.twitter.com/wXqArRW9eq
— ANI (@ANI) March 1, 2022
Naveen Shekharappa was a local of Karnataka’s Haveri district.
The Indian scholar, who misplaced his life in shelling, was pursuing MBBS in Ukraine’s Kharkiv Nationwide Medical College for the previous six years.
Kharkiv is the second greatest metropolis in Ukraine and underneath heavy Russian assault.
(With inputs from companies)