Efforts are on to bring back Indians trapped in Ukraine. The central government is running Operation Ganga for this. Under this campaign, a plane reached Delhi by taking back the Indians trapped in Sumi, Ukraine. After his return, his relatives heaved a sigh of relief. There were some who became emotional. One of them is Sanjay Pandita. He hails from Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir and his eyes filled with tears on seeing his son Dhruv. He asked the Prime Minister for the return of his son. Narendra Modi thanked.
He said that I want to thank PM Modi for the return of my son. It is because of him that my son has returned. This is not mine but PM Modi’s son. Sanjay Pandita said that in view of Sumi’s condition, I had given up hope of my son’s return. I want to thank the central government. At the same time, Dhruv said that living in Sumi was very difficult. I am relieved to be back in India. Thanks to the government for running the Operation Ganga campaign.
#WATCH A tearful Sanjay Pandita from Srinagar, Kashmir welcomes his son Dhruv on his return from Sumy, #Ukrainesays, “I want to say that it’s Modiji’s son who has returned, not my son. We had no hopes given the circumstances in Sumy. I am thankful to GoI for evacuating my son.” pic.twitter.com/ygqOVk5PGm
— ANI (@ANI) March 11, 2022
Earlier, a special Air India flight carrying Indian students evacuated from the city of Sumy arrived in Delhi on Friday morning from the city of Zezow in Poland. The officers provided this information. The plane took off from Zejo at 11.30 pm on Thursday and reached Delhi at 6.45 am on Friday.
India is repatriating its citizens trapped in the war-torn country after Russia attacked Ukraine via Romania, Hungary and Poland. The campaign to evacuate 600 students from the Ukrainian city of Sumy began on Tuesday morning.