LUCKNOW: Yogi Adityanath, cm of the country's largest state UP, on Sunday met 50 students who returned from Ukraine. The Indian government has launched an operation Ganga campaign to bring back thousands of Indians stranded in Ukraine. Thousands of Indian students have so far returned to their homeland under this campaign. About 550 students from Uttar Pradesh have returned. Out of these, Chief Minister Yogi met 50 students today. He also took information from the students about the situation there.
Interacting with the students, Chief Minister Yogi said that we have to maintain patience in times of crisis. Don't lose heart. He said that four ministers of the government are camping abroad. So far, 1,400 students have returned from Ukraine. Efforts are on to bring back the students who have arrived in the neighbouring country of Ukraine. In Uttar Pradesh, 33 medical colleges are running normally. Our goal is to create a medical college in every district of the state. In government medical colleges, education is being done for 4 to 5 lakh rupees. The CM said that 2400 students from Uttar Pradesh are studying in Ukraine.
He further said that how to further study of MBBS students is being considered. Prime Minister Modi is conscious of the future of children. Prime Minister Modi is in touch with neighbouring Ukrainian countries to bring back the students. Bjp state president Swatantra Dev Singh and Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma were present on the occasion of the meeting held at the CM's residence on Sunday. The Indian Air Force's C-17 Globemaster aircraft arrived at the Air Force's Hindon airbase on Sunday morning carrying 210 people stranded in Ukraine. This airbase of the Air Force is located at Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh.