PM Modi met the students who returned from Ukraine, the students narrated their ordeal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met students who returned from Ukraine in Varanasi. The students who returned home shared their experiences with the PM. These students who met the PM were from Varanasi as well as other parts of Uttar Pradesh.

Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met students who returned from Ukraine in Varanasi. The students who returned home shared their experiences with the PM. These students who met the PM were from Varanasi as well as other parts of Uttar Pradesh.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the students who returned from Ukraine, the government is working on opening medical colleges in every district. There is a possibility of becoming more doctors in 10 years as compared to 70 years earlier. If medical education policies were good earlier, you might not have to go abroad.


Students returned under 'Operation Ganga'

Actually these days a war is going on between Ukraine and Russia. In such a situation, about 20 thousand Indians studying there medical, PM Modi has taken out from there under Operation Ganga. The Government of India is committed to the safety of its students and citizens stranded there. That is why after talking to the neighbouring countries of Ukraine, the work of bringing back all the Indians successfully is being done rapidly.


Team working with 'Operation Ganga'

The Indian government has accelerated the rescue operation for the Indians trapped in Ukraine. The rounds of all flights have also been increased to bring more and more Indians. By March 10, a total of 80 flights are planned to be deployed in the mission to rescue the stranded Indians. These flights belong to Air India, Air India Express, Indigo, Spice Jet, Vistara, Go Air and Air Force.