'Indian citizens should put tricolour on vehicles in Ukraine', directs Indian Embassy in war-torn country

New Delhi: Following Russia's attack on Ukraine, an exercise has been started to evacuate Indian students stranded in various cities there. The rescue will begin late tonight on two Air India flights from India. The students will be brought to India through Hungary, Poland and Romania. The Embassy has asked the students to bring their passports with them. Along with this, instructions have also been given to put the Indian flag on their vehicles on the way.  

However, due to the Russian bombing, many roads have been closed and many bridges have also been broken. 40 students from a medical college in the Ukrainian city of Leave walked 8 km to the Poland border. The city of Leave is 70 km from the border of Poland. A student here shared this photo. In which these students are seen walking on one side of an empty road. They were offloaded by their college bus 8 km before the Poland border. The first batch of people coming to India has reached Romania at night via the Susiva border. The Foreign Ministry team from Susiva will bring him home through Bucharest.

Earlier on Thursday night, Indian students hid in metro stations, bunkers of hostels and their flats. The marshals deployed in the security here were deleting photos and videos related to the attack on Ukraine from his mobile. The students hiding in the bunker were also seen reciting Hanuman Chalisa. The students say that if the Indian Embassy accepts the demand of running the classes online, they would not have been stuck. However, on Thursday, the Embassy took care of the students stranded at the Kyiv airport and sheltered them in a school building.  

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