India Evacuates 9 Citizens of Bangladesh from Ukraine, PM Sheikh Hasina Expressed Gratitude to PM Modi

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India safely evacuated 9 citizens of Bangladesh from Ukraine under Operation 'Ganga'.
India Evacuates 9 Citizens of Bangladesh from Ukraine, PM Sheikh Hasina Expressed Gratitude to PM Modi

India Evacuates 9 Citizens of Bangladesh from Ukraine, PM Sheikh Hasina Expressed Gratitude to PM Modi

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It has been 14 days since the Russia-Ukraine war. This tension between the two countries is not taking its name to stop. In such a situation, India and other countries are trying to get their citizens trapped in Ukraine out of there. India is bringing back the students stranded in Ukraine under Operation ‘Ganga'. The special thing of this operation is that through this campaign, India is also helping the people of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal to get out of Ukraine.

9 Bangladeshis rescued from Ukraine

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9 Bangladeshis rescued from Ukraine

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India has recently brought 9 citizens of Bangladesh safely from Ukraine under Operation ‘Ganga’. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina thanked PM Modi for India's rescue of the people of Bangladesh.

India also rescued a Pakistani student

Let us tell you that earlier India also rescued a Pakistani girl trapped in Ukraine. The student's name is Asma Shafique praised PM Modi on this move of the Government of India. Asma said - 'I want to thank the Indian Embassy in Kyiv. They supported us in a difficult situation. I also want to thank the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, I hope that soon I will reach home safely because of the Indian Embassy.'

India brought about 18,000 Indians

If sources are to be believed, India has brought 18 thousand Indians from Ukraine so far. The government has also sent many special aircraft to bring back the Indians. On Tuesday also, 410 Indian nationals have been brought from neighbouring countries of Ukraine through two special planes.

Russia-Ukraine war is not stopping

Today i.e. Wednesday is the 14th day of the Russia-Ukraine war, but this fight between the two countries is not taking the name of stopping. The news is coming that Russia has intensified its attacks on Ukraine. According to the information recently given by AFP, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grassi, has informed that the remote data transmission from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant has been lost. In such a situation, the United Nations is no longer transmitting data to the nuclear watchdog of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

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