Four students of Assam stranded in war hit Ukraine returned to India on Sunday.
CM Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted, ‘”We welcome our students- Tanmayee & Siya, successfully evacuated from Ukraine and who have reached Mumbai just now. Received by our Assam Bhawan official,We are making all arrangements for their stay & free travel to Guwahati. Our teams will ensure all assistances to such students.”
Students of Assam stranded in Ukraine returns home
As per information, the students have been identified as Tanmayee, Siya, Himashree Kakati and Daisy Basumatary.
The Assam Bhawan officials received both Tanmayee and Siya who reached Mumbai.
And Himashree Kakati and Daisy Basumatary landed at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi who are studying medicine in UZHNU Ukraine.
CM Sarma mentioned in another tweet, “Miss Himashree Kakati from Bongshar Sualkuchi, and Ms Daisy Basumatary from Maligaon Guwahati, both studying medicine in UZHNU Ukraine, have been evacuated by MEA and on their arrival in Delhi today at 9-15 am received by officials from Assam Bhawan, Delhi.”
Assam government has set help desk
Also as per information, the government of Assam has set a help desk to felicitate the students reaching their home states from the airport.
Further, the Assam government has also arranged free bus services for the students returning from Ukraine.
Evacuation mission named ‘Operation Ganga’
Reportedly, to help evacuate around 20,000 Indian citizens stranded in Ukraine the Indian government has decided to conduct a special evacuation mission named ‘Operation Ganga’.
Furthermore, according to Assam CM Sarma, around 100 students from the state were stuck in war hit Ukraine.
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