Ukraine beneath assault: Indian scholar shot at in Kyiv crosses into Poland, thanks officers, India News News

Harjot Singh, an Indian scholar who was hospitalised after he was shot within the capital metropolis of Ukraine, has safely crossed the border and entered Poland amid the escalating Russia-Ukraine battle. 

The India-based information company ANI reported that Singh is among the many stranded Indian nationals being introduced again. His flight is predicted to land in India by Monday night as a part of the federal government’s evacuation programme ‘Operation Ganga’. 

Puneet Singh Chandhok, the President of the Indian World Discussion board stated, “Harjot Singh has crossed the border and entered Poland. Indian diplomats were present with him. He has been shifted into an ambulance provided by Polish RedCross on the border.” 

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Beforehand, the scholar had launched the video claiming that he did not obtain assist from the Indian embassy. Responding to his video, India’s ministry of exterior affairs famous that the federal government of India “will be bearing expenses for Harjot Singh’s medical treatment” (in Kyiv, Ukraine). 

In a video that was launched later, Harjot will be seen talking about his journey and knowledgeable that he’s en path to the Poland border. 

“Now we are going to the Poland border… everything is okay… the journey till now had been very hard, but I was motivated that I have to return to India somehow,” he stated in an ambulance. 

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Harjot additionally thanked the Indian officers for the help and assist, saying, “It is due to all your support that I am here today, thank you very much to everyone”. 

The scholar additionally talked about how he had sustained the accidents. He instructed the information company that he was injured when bullets have been fired on the automobile through which he was travelling. 

He stated, “This is February 27 incident. We were three people in a cab on our way to the third checkpoint where we were told to return due to security reasons. While coming back, multiple bullets were fired at our car due to which I sustained multiple bullet injuries.” 

The Indian scholar stated he regained consciousness at 10 pm on the evening of March 2. The Indian scholar pursuing research in Info Expertise stated that he has acquired a brand new life. 

In the meantime, Indian Prime Minister Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will maintain talks with Ukraine President Zelensky and Russian President Putin amid the federal government’s ramped up efforts to evacuate its residents from war-torn Ukraine. 

Since February 22, the Indian authorities has to this point evacuated almost 16,000 nationals from Ukraine, the federal government stated on Sunday. 

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(With inputs from companies)

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