An Indian student has purportedly been taken shots at and harmed in Ukrainian capital Kyiv, Minister of State for Civil Aviation VK Singh said on Friday.
Singh is in Poland right now to work with the clearing of Indians abandoned in war-hit Ukraine.
“Today, we heard reports that an understudy leaving Kyiv was taken shots at. He was returned to Kyiv. This will occur in a battling,” the clergyman told mediapersons.
As of late on March 1, a youthful Indian clinical understudy, Naveen SG of Karnataka, was killed in shelling in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv when he branched out to purchase nourishment for him and individual understudies.
Singh said the Center is putting forth attempts to guarantee that the most extreme number of understudies can emerge from Ukraine with as less misfortune as could be expected.
India has been emptying its residents through unique departures from Ukraine’s western neighbors, for example, Romania, Hungary and Poland as the Ukrainian airspace has been closed since February 24 because of the Russian military hostile. PTI