April 13, 2024

Injured Harjot Singh trapped in Kiev leaves Ukraine and reaches Poland border, will return home today

Union Minister (retd) General VK Singh has informed that Harjot Singh, an Indian national injured in a shooting in Kiev, will return home with him on Monday. His passport was also lost in the rush. On Monday, Harjeet shared a video before boarding. In it he spoke of returning to India. Harjot Singh has reached Poland.

Harjot is accompanied by the Indian Ambassador. They have been transferred to the Polish Red Cross ambulance at the border. This information was given by Punit Singh Chandok, Chairman, Indian World Forum.

The medical student applied to the Supreme Court

The student, who has returned from Ukraine, has filed a public interest litigation in the Supreme Court, seeking permission to complete the course in India. The petition has been filed by Parthiv Ahuja and Prapti Singh. They have to believe That their studies may be disrupted due to the current situation. Therefore, to solve their problem, according to the education system of India, they should be allowed to complete medical studies.

15920 students were brought through 76 flights

Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia tweeted that 15920 students have been brought in through 76 flights so far. 6680 through 31 flights from Romania, 2822 through 13 flights from Poland, 5300 through 26 flights from Hungary while 1118 students were brought through 6 flights from Slovakia.