Thiruvananthapuram: According to the Chief Minister's Office, the Kerala government has organised three chartered flights to bring back Indian students who arrived at Delhi airport on Thursday from the conflict-torn Ukraine.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan announced on Twitter that flights to Kochi will depart from Delhi at 9.30, 15.30, and 18.30. Bus services from Kochi Airport to Thiruvananthapuram and Kasargod have also been organised. Non-resident Keralites Affairs (NORKA) teams, including women officials, have been stationed at the state's four airports to assist Ukraine returns.
"The state administration has scheduled three aircraft to return students who arrived in Delhi (airport) today from Ukraine. Thiruvananthapuram and Kasargod will be served by bus from Kochi Airport. To assist Ukraine returnees, NORKA teams have been deployed to all four airports in the state "In a statement, the CMO added.
"GoK (Kerala government) has organised three chartered flights for our students who have been repatriated from Ukraine today. The flights from Delhi to Kochi will depart at 0930, 1530, and 1830. Buses to Trivandrum and Kasargod have been scheduled. The NORKA teams, which include women authorities, are ready to welcome the students "On Thursday, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan sent out a tweet. Under 'Operation Ganga,' special flights have been sent to evacuate Indian nationals stranded in Ukraine.