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India rescues Pakistani girl stranded in Ukraine, thanks to PM Modi

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Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Indian government is removing students from neighboring countries, including India, under Operation Ganges. The Indian government has helped and rescued many more countries, including Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan. Meanwhile, Pakistani student Asma Shafiq has strongly praised the Indian government.

In a video, Asma said that she was very grateful to the Indian Embassy in Ukraine. We were in a very difficult situation but they brought us out safely. With this I thank the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi for his help. We are returning home safely because of the Indian embassy.

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The Prime Minister of Bangladesh also praised

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for safely evacuating nine Bangladeshi nationals from Ukraine as part of ‘Operation Ganga’. According to the report, students from Nepal and Tunisia have also been rescued under Operation Ganga.

According to reports, Indian officials also rescued Roshan Jha from Nepal’s Mahottari district. Roshan expressed his gratitude to the Government of India for this. Later, the Indian embassy in Kathmandu reported that the Indian government was removing seven more Nepalese nationals through Poland.

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