Karnataka student’s body preserved in Ukraine mortuary, says Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday expressed that the specialists have recuperated the assemblage of Naveen Shekarappa Gyanagaudar, the Indian understudy from the state who passed on in Russian shelling in Ukraine.

“I have addressed the Minister of External Affairs S. Jaishankar in such manner. He has informed that the body has been treated and protected at a morgue. He has guaranteed that when the shelling is halted, endeavors will be made to take it back to India,” he said.

“Nonstop endeavors are being made, the government office officials have likewise let us know that they are in contact with funeral home specialists where the body is kept,” he added.

Naveen Shekarappa Gyangaudar was killed on March 1 on Maha Shivratri subsequent to being hit by the Russian shelling. He had emerged from his shelter looking for food promptly toward the beginning of the day. State leader Narendra Modi had called up Naveen’s dad and reassured him. Shekarappa, Naveen’s dad had mentioned the Prime Minister to set up for safe section of different understudies trapped in Ukraine as they are the resources of the country.

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Naveen’s passing has additionally brought up issues on the expense of clinical instruction in India and resistance groups in Karnataka are requesting rejecting of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in such manner. The decision BJP government has conceded remuneration of Rs 25 lakh for the group of Naveen.

Upwards of 500 understudies from Karnataka have gotten back from Ukraine since the conflict broke out. Manoj Rajan, nodal official and magistrate, Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority (KSDMA) has expressed that 142 understudies from the state are as yet abandoned in war-torn Ukraine. The biggest group of understudies returned on Thursday. IANS

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