Indian students airlifted from Ukraine, told the atmosphere there as soon as they reached Delhi

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new Delhi: In the escalating dispute between Russia-Ukraine, a big problem had arisen for India as well. A large number of Indians living in Ukraine were trapped, who have been airlifted by Air India flight and brought back safely. It has more students. Indian students studying in Ukraine said after their arrival here on Tuesday night that they were happy to return to their country due to the escalating tension between Russia and the Eastern European country. Most of these students are pursuing MBBC in Ukraine. At present all is normal. Air India aircraft AI 1946 carrying about 240 Indians from Ukraine landed at Indira Gandhi International Airport at 11.40 pm on Tuesday night. It took off from Borispil International Airport in Ukraine’s capital Kiev at around 6 pm (Indian time). The airline operated a Boeing 787 aircraft, which took off for Ukraine in the morning, to bring the Indians. Officials said about 240 passengers were on board the plane.

Students told how is the atmosphere in UkraineRiya, a student who reached Delhi from Ukraine, told that the situation there (in Ukraine) is normal. We followed the advice of the embassy. After landing at the airport, 22-year-old MBBS student Anil Rapriya said that I am happy to return to my country. He told that amidst the changing situation in Ukraine, the Indian Embassy had asked us to leave the country, after which I have just reached India. Apart from this, Kirtan Kalathia, Nirav Patel, Vineet Patel and Krish Raj are also among those students who have reached Delhi from Ukraine. Raj told that we all study at the Bukovinian State Medical University (BSMU) in Chernivtsi. We have informed our college officials that we are leaving and classes will now be online. Things are fine in Chernivtsi, as it is far away from the border area.

Asked to leave Ukraine Ranchi resident Apoorva Bhushan said that the Indian Embassy’s advice was received on our official WhatsApp group. It said that in view of the current situation in Ukraine, students should temporarily leave the country, so we followed the advice and left.

[Attribution to NBT]

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