The mortal stays of Naveen Shekarappa, a clinical student who died in a shelling assault in Ukraine, will advance on the Bengaluru airport on March 21.
Naveen Shekarappa died in a Russian shelling in Ukraine’s Kharkiv. (Picture: File)
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai acknowledged that physique of Naveen Shekarappa Gyanagoudarm, a closing year clinical student of Kharkiv Scientific University who died in a shelling assault in Ukraine, will advance on the Bengaluru airport on Monday, March 21.
“Naveen’s physique will advance in Bengaluru on Monday at 3 AM,” Bommai acknowledged in a tweet.
A fourth year clinical student in Kharkiv metropolis, Naveen became killed when he ventured out of his bunker to catch some meals, water and swap cash. The shop from where Naveen went became beautiful 50 metres from the bunker. Naveen’s friend Srikanth had told India Nowadays that Naveen had gone out when the curfew became in enact.
Political leaders cutting all over political traces had condemned the student’s dying on the Sixth day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Ministry of External Affairs has since evacuated over 22,500 Indians, mostly clinical students, from battle-torn Ukraine, under Operation Ganga. The rescue operation became launched on February 26, two days after Russia began its defense drive offensive in Ukraine.
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