Ukraine-Russia Tention: Two Tinsukia students stranded in Ukraine

Despite the fact that many students were able to safely return home from war-torn Ukraine as part of India's Operation Ganga, two students from Tinsukia district studying at Ukraine's Kharkiv National Medical University have yet to be evacuated and have taken refuge in a bunker near the Ukraine-Russia border amid fear and uncertainty.

Of these two, one is Nirup Kumar Panda, son of Dr K. Panda, Associate Professor, Sadiya College, Chapakhowa, and the other is Hrikesh Deka, son of Sanjib Kumar Deka of Rupaisiding, Doomdooma. Dr K. Panda said that his son Nirup could not board the train at Kharkiv Railway station. So he, along with more than 500 other students, had to walk about 15 km from there to Pisochyn on Wednesday as per government advice and got stuck there. They had to take shelter inside a bunker and spend the night without any food.

 

"Kindly evacuate these innocent souls through safe passage," Dr. K Panda tweeted to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the External Affairs Minister's office, and the President of India, seeing no other option.

The reassuring factor is that, according to the latest information, Nirup could board a bus arranged at the request of Orissa Chief Minister Nabin Patnaik in consultation with the Ukrainian government to travel to the western side of Ukraine, where they would enter either Poland or Romania before returning to India safely, informed Dr K. Panda. "Kindly evacuate these innocent souls through safe passage," Dr. K Panda tweeted to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the External Affairs Minister's office, and the President of India, seeing no other option.

The reassuring factor is that, according to the latest information, Nirup could board a bus arranged at the request of Orissa Chief Minister Nabin Patnaik in consultation with the Ukrainian government to travel to the western side of Ukraine, where they would enter either Poland or Romania before returning to India safely, informed Dr K. Panda.

On the other side, roughly 40-50 of the 400-500 Indian students trapped in Sumy are from Assam, according to Hrishikesh Deka, who spoke to his parents over the phone on Thursday to alert them of his dilemma. ", he explained "We are barely 53 kilometres from the Russian border, thus our lives are in danger. We are unable to go out and get food, and the supply stores are rapidly running out of supplies. In addition, our ATM cards aren't working."

He then went on to say, "We have made touch with the Indian Embassy in this city, and officials there have assured us that they are doing all possible to evacuate us. But we're stuck here for the time being." Hrishikesh's father, Sanjib Deka, stated that the situation remained unaltered till the filing of this report, and that they were spent their days in severe misery and uncertainty.

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