Video: India rescued Pakistani student trapped in Ukraine, student thanked PM Modi like this

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new Delhi: Tensions continue between Russia and Ukraine. Many medical students of India were trapped in this war. The Government of India started Operation Ganga in a hurry to save its students. Under this, many students and other Indian citizens have reached India safely. Meanwhile, a video of a Pakistani girl student thanking the Indian Embassy and PM Modi has surfaced. Apart from Indian students, Indian embassy officials have safely rescued a Pakistani student, Asma Shafiq, from the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, after which the student thanked India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Like this expressed gratitude to PM Modi
After being rescued by Indian authorities, Shafiq expressed his gratitude to the Indian Embassy in Kyiv and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She said, ‘I want to thank the Indian Embassy in Kyiv. I was stuck in a very difficult situation. He helped me, I also want to thank the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, because he supported me. Hopefully I will reach my home safely because of the Indian embassy. Amidst the Russo-Ukraine war, all the Indian students trapped in Sumi, Ukraine have been safely evacuated. A statement issued by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs said that Indian students stranded in Sumi have been evacuated, all students are on their way to Poltava, from where they will board trains to western Ukraine.

[Attribution to NBT]

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