Russia-Ukraine battle: Another Indian pupil shot in Kyiv, hospitalised, India News News

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Amid the continued Russia and Ukraine battle, an Indian pupil has been hospitalised after he was shot with a bullet within the capital metropolis of Ukraine. 

A number of days in the past, an Indian pupil misplaced his life because the war-like state of affairs continues to escalate after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered “military operations” in Ukraine. 

In the meantime, the Indian authorities has been evacuating its citizen from war-torn Ukraine. 

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Within the newest growth, India-based information ANI reported that an Indian pupil has been hospitalised after he was shot. 

Minister of State (MoS) for Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) Basic VK Singh revealed the knowledge to ANI at Poland’s Rzeszow airport on Thursday (March 3). 

“A student from Kyiv was reported to have been shot and was immediately admitted to the hospital in Kyiv,” Basic (retd) Singh stated. 

“The Indian embassy had earlier cleared on the priority that everyone should leave Kyiv. In the event of war, the gun bullet does not look at anyone’s religion and nationality,” he added. 

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The scholars are at present fleeing the war-torn nation Ukraine and making an attempt to achieve the border of Poland for his or her protected return to India. 

4 Union Ministers, Hardeep Singh Puri, Jyotiraditya M Scindia, Kiren Rijiju and Gen (Retd) VK Singh – are overseeing the evacuation efforts within the nations adjoining Ukraine. 

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