Nagpur: After nearly 10 days of hard work in war-torn Ukraine and the subsequent evacuation process, all 47 students have returned to Nagpur city, And here the data of the collector’s office of the district shows. Nagpur city officials also say that about 30 of them had reached Delhi between the dates of March 2 to 6.
Three students from the city – Viraj Walde, Dipankar Baury, and Shreya Lade – now have to cross the border with Ukrainian until the report is filed. Once they cross the border and enter the neighboring countries, Then there is also the possibility of them flying to the country of India.
Shreya was in Kharkiv, Viraj is a student of Sumy State University. Whereas the authorities do not know at all about Dipankar’s study of the city.
Along with this, NGO Platform member Rajiv Khobragade, who is coordinating the evacuation process, He has said that Shreya also left Pisochin after being stranded for nearly three days along with around 700 students. Simultaneously, the group had also taken shelter in a hospital in Pisochin, a suburb about 30 km from Kharkiv, a major conflict zone. He reached there on foot from Kharkiv.
According to official records, Shreya was also on a bus from Pisochin to Lviv.
Dipankar has arrived in Portugal, But they are not coming to India very soon, read the official note. Also, his parents could not be reached at all for their comments.
Along with this, Viraj’s father Rajesh Walde has also told that his son was still trapped in Sumi city. When he spoke on the phone from around 7 pm IST.
Walde has said that he had also made calls to control rooms in Nagpur and Delhi regarding the evacuation of his son. All the people who are trapped there have not got any water to drink since yesterday. Viraj has also told that the situation was not as bad as before, But he was facing other issues. They also told him that there was absolutely no clarity on when the group would be removed from Sumi.
Khobragade has also said that about 5,000 Indians are still to be evacuated, While talks are going on that soon Hungary will completely close its border.
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