The war between Russia and Ukraine continues for the 12th day on Monday. Meanwhile, the big news is coming from India's point of view. If you remember, a few days ago Indian student, was injured after being shot while trying to get out of Ukraine, after which he was admitted to the hospital in Kyiv. In this regard, the news is coming that the injured youth has now recovered and is returning to his homeland.
In this regard, Union Minister General (Retd) VK Singh has given information. He has written on his Twitter wall that Harjot Singh who was shot during the war in Kyiv. His passport was also lost in the chaos in Ukraine. It is a pleasure to inform you that Harjot is reaching India with us. Hope there will be a speedy recovery of Harjot with home food and care.
On March 4, Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, General (Retd) VK Singh had informed that I got the news that a student coming from Kyiv was shot and was taken back to Kyiv midway. We are trying to evacuate as many students as possible with the least amount of damage.
Here the news is coming that on the 12th day of the war, Russian forces have intensified shelling in cities located in the central, northern and southern parts of Ukraine. The second attempt to evacuate the civilians trapped there also failed due to this shelling. Ukraine's leader has urged his people to take to the streets to fight. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that Russian attacks "can only be stopped if Kyiv ends hostilities".
President Zelensky's adviser, Oleksiy Erestovich, said the shelling was carried out on the outskirts of Kyiv, Chernihiv in the north, Mykolaiv in the south and Kharkiv, the country's second-largest city, late on Sunday. According to local officials, artillery shells were fired in Kharkiv’s residential areas and a television tower was also damaged in the shelling.