India is repatriating its citizens trapped in the war-torn country after Russia attacked Ukraine via Ukraine’s neighboring countries like Romania, Hungary and Poland.
Fourth Globemaster of the Air Force landed at Hindon Base
Indian Air Force (Indian Air Force) three planes of Ukraine (Ukraine) Hindon airmen from 628 Indians stranded in Romania’s capital Bucharest, Hungary’s capital Budapest and Poland’s city of Zezaw (Hindon airbase) The airport has arrived. Sources gave this information. Sources said that the first aircraft of the Indian Air Force carrying 200 passengers from Bucharest reached the Hindon military base at around 1.30 pm on Wednesday. Union Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt welcomed the Indian citizens there. Sources said that these were C-17 aircraft of the Indian Air Force. He told that the second aircraft of the Indian Air Force carrying 220 Indians from Budapest landed at Hindon Air Force Base on Thursday morning. Shortly thereafter, the third plane arrived here from Zezow with 208 civilians. The fourth plane is also expected to arrive soon.
India is repatriating its citizens trapped in the war-torn country after Russia’s attack on Ukraine via Ukraine’s neighboring countries like Romania, Hungary and Poland. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju has been sent to Slovakia, Jyotiraditya Scindia to Romania, Hardeep Puri to Hungary and VK Singh to Poland as special envoys to rescue Indians trapped in the war-torn country. He has been sent to coordinate the evacuation mission of Indians and help the students.
Union Civil Aviation Minister’s statement
At the same time, the spokesperson of the Indian Air Force said, today the Indian Air Force is operating three more flights to evacuate Indian citizens. Will be brought back home by 2 flights, 1 flight from Kosice, 5 flights from Budapest and 3 flights from Rizzo.
Citizens who returned to India told the condition of Ukraine
Nikhil Chaudhary, a resident of Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan and a student of MBBS first year, told that he had gone to Ukraine 25 days ago. When the situation deteriorated rapidly, he decided to go to Romania on foot with his friends. He told that the condition of some of his friends is not well. He has been in bunkers in Kyiv and Kharkiv for three days.
Delhi resident Shraddha said, ‘I was studying in Ivana. But I had a flight from Kyiv, but later due to the closure of airspace, I got stuck in Kyiv itself. Then we stayed in a school through the embassy but there was the sound of explosions. Bombs were falling even 500-600 meters away from us, then we thought that now we should get out of here. Decided with friends to leave from here.
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