West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has targeted the Modi government at the Center for the evacuation of Indian students and civilians from Ukraine during the war by Russia. She has said in his statement that it is the responsibility of the central government to bring back Indians trapped in war-torn Ukraine. She said that the central government should understand that Indian students and citizens are more important than politics. Along with this, she has appealed to the central government to take initiative for world peace.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has targeted the Modi government at the Center saying that it is the responsibility of the Center to bring back the Indians trapped in war-hit Ukraine and the Central Government should understand that humanity is more important than politics. She also urged the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government at the Center to lead the peace talks.
Mamta Banerjee said that it is the responsibility of the central government to bring back Indians trapped in war-torn Ukraine. The Center should ensure the safe return of all the Indian students stranded in Ukraine. I am in favour of peace, not war. The Corona pandemic has already destroyed a lot. India can lead the conversation to maintain world peace.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's remarks came after an Indian student, a resident of Karnataka's Haveri district, was killed in blast in Ukraine's Kharkiv city on Tuesday. This is the first case of the death of an Indian student in the ongoing war in Ukraine after the Russian attack. Mamata Banerjee was talking to the media before leaving to campaign for the Samajwadi Party in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
She said that humanity is more important than politics and the central government should realize this. The life of students stranded in Ukraine is more important than politics. When asked whether there was any response to his request for an all-party meeting? In response to this question, she said that I have fulfilled my duty. Now it is for them to decide. Maybe they are busy with elections.