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Nw: Getting mortal stays of pupil again from Ukraine; evacuation top precedence: Ok’taka CM

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A 21-300 and sixty five days-veteran medical pupil, Naveen, became once killed in the Russian shelling of Kharkiv city closing week.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai (File photo)

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday said that getting the mortal stays of a pupil again from battle-affected Ukraine and evacuation of the diversified students had been the precedence of the manager.The Chief Minister, who met the bereaved family of the medical pupil Naveen right here, handed over a cheque for Rs 25 lakh as compensation and warranted his brother of a job. The brother became once pursuing Phd.”Our first accountability is to bring again his (Naveen) body again home, we’re inserting efforts for it. I’m in fixed contact with Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, officers and the Ukraine Ambassador,” Bommai said.READ | Indian pupil killed in Ukraine: Naveen forced to cross foreign as he might perchance presumably well perchance not gain a medical seat in India, says fatherTalking to newshounds after meeting Naveen’s folk, he quoted the Exterior Affairs Minister Jaishankar and said the body has been secured and embalmed, kept at a mortuary and that it is not all the time going to be introduced again now as there has been fixed bombing. “He (Jaishankar) said, once the bombing in the position reduces, transportation arrangements will probably be made. As there is a ceasefire in some parts there might perchance presumably well perchance be a possibility. I will be in contact to him as soon as I reach Bengaluru, and manufacture the entire efforts to relate on getting the body again on the earliest.. It would also count on the topic there,” he added.Naveen, the 21-300 and sixty five days-veteran medical pupil, became once killed in Russian shelling of Kharkiv city closing week.Hoping for a rapid stop to the battle, the Chief Minister said many students own walked to a obtain position about 30 km from Kharkiv and transport arrangements been made. On the opposite hand, there were a few stranded in bunkers in the besieged city and efforts to evacuate them had been on.Per nodal officer and commissioner of Karnataka Teach Hassle Management Authority Manoj Rajan, 366 folk own returned home up to now from the battle-torn Ukraine.ALSO READ | PM dials family of Ok’taka pupil killed in Russian shelling; CM Bommai leads condolences


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