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Ten more students from Haryana return from the war-torn Ukraine today
Ten more students from Haryana return from the war-torn Ukraine today

CHANDIGARH: Ten more Haryana students returned from war-torn Ukraine on Friday, March 3,  and the state administration in Mumbai welcomed them with open arms, according to the state. Officers deputed at helpdesk in Mumbai giving each of them a flying ticket and Rs 1,000 in cash.

Manish Kumar of Kurukshetra, Himanshu of Faridabad, Rohit Singh Nain of Ambala, Vivek Chahal and Rahul Chahal of Jind, Mansi Sharma and Bhupender Singh of Yamunanagar, Diksha and Prateek of Karnal, and Pradeep of Palwal are among those who have arrived in Mumbai.

So far, the Mumbai helpdesk has assisted 19 Haryana students. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has promised students and their families that all residents trapped in Ukraine will be safely returned with the help of the central government.

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