The battle between Russia and Ukraine has become more lethal, and it is undeniably becoming worse by the day. However, all nations are repatriating their citizens from Ukraine, but as you may be aware, India is quickly becoming the most visible nation in terms of repatriation. Without a doubt, it sounds incredible and proud, yet news from Kharkiv, Ukraine, reports that an Indian student was murdered in shelling.
Other people in Ukraine became fearful after hearing the news, and his colleagues became even more fearful. However, few details about the shelling in Kharkiv are available, but according to sources, the Indian student has been identified as Naveen Kumar, a fourth-year medical student from Karnataka. The family of the deceased was devastated by the news, as they had lost their son, and it was made even more painful by the fact that we now know that the Indian government is returning all of its citizens who are stranded in Ukraine to India.
In Ukraine, Naveen Shekharappa is killed.
Arindam Bagchi, a spokeswoman for India’s Ministry of External Affairs, used his Twitter account to express his displeasure with the boy. “We confirm that an Indian student lost his life in shelling in Kharkiv this morning,” he wrote in a tweet. His family has been notified by the Ministry. We offer the family our heartfelt sympathies.” As you are all aware, the people of Ukraine are currently suffering, and while it is true that they are all facing Russia’s wrath, we hope that all will soon come to a peaceful conclusion.
However, more people are expected to die as a result of the shelling, but we have only heard of Karnataka’s Naveen Kumar, a four-year medical student in Ukraine. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the family of the deceased. Stay tuned for further information.
Naveen Shekharappa, a Haveri district student died in #Ukraine. CM Bommai spoke with his father. All efforts will be made to bring back Naveen's body to India. The CM said that the matter is being negotiated with foreign ministry officials: Karnataka CMO
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— ANI (@ANI) March 1, 2022