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Russia-Ukraine war: Another Indian student killed in Russia-Ukraine war admitted to Kyiv hospital in critical condition

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Union Minister General VK Singh said an Indian student was shot dead in Kiev on Friday morning.

Another Indian student was reportedly shot dead during the Russia-Ukraine war. The student is said to have been admitted to a hospital in Kiev, where he is fighting for his life in critical condition. Union Minister General VK Singh said an Indian student was shot dead in Kiev on Friday morning.

“We are trying to evacuate as many Indians as possible with minimal casualties,” said General VK Singh. In fact, two Indian students have so far lost their lives in the Ukraine crisis.

Ukraine hostages Indian students

Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a big statement in the midst of the war. He said Ukraine had taken about 3,000 Indian students hostage. We will do our best to expel Indian students. Russian military forces are not attacking residential areas. Ukraine has deployed troops and tanks in these areas. Only a fascist can do that. Putin says Ukraine’s military is not allowing foreigners to leave. Russian troops release hostages

Airlifts are being made via Poland, Romania and Hungary

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Amid growing tensions in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, the Indian embassy has already requested to leave Kyiv. Meanwhile, Indian students stranded in Ukraine are being repatriated to India via Poland, Romania and Hungary. For this, Union Ministers Hardeep Singh Puri, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju and General VK Singh have been sent to neighboring Ukraine under Government of India’s Operation Ganga.

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