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Barnala Youth Chandan Jindal Dies In War Between Russia And Ukraine

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Chandan Jindal Died In Ukraine: A young man from Barnala has been killed during the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. The deceased Chandan Jindal had gone to the Ukrainian province of Venice for four years to study MBBS. On February 2, Chandan Jindal became seriously ill, had a blood clot in his brain, and was admitted to the ICU.

Chandan Jindal Died In Ukraine

Sandalwood was also operated on with the permission of the family living in India. Her father, Shishan Kumar, and uncle Krishan Kumar left for Ukraine on February 7 to care for Chandan. During which war broke out between Russia and Ukraine.

The family of the deceased youth is demanding India’s government to bring back the body of their children Chandan. Krishan Kumar, the uncle of the dead, who returned from Ukraine, has described the difficulties of coming to India. He said he had returned to India through the Romanian border with incredible difficulty.

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No help was received from the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, while the Indian government did help in bringing it to India from Romania. The Romanian army is persecuting Indian students on the Romanian border. Sikh organization Khalsa Aid is helping to provide langar and other facilities to Indians on the Romanian border.

6300 Indians to be brought from Ukraine

At the same time, 31 evacuation flights will be operated for neighbouring countries of war-torn Ukraine. More than 6,300 Indians stranded there will be brought back. Air India will use these flights, Air India Express, Indigo, SpiceJet and Indian Air Force, as part of India’s campaign ‘Operation Ganga’ to bring back Indians from Ukraine badly hit by Russian attack.

Sources said that from March 2, 21 aircraft from Romania’s capital Bucharest and four from Hungary’s capital Budapest would return with Indian nationals. Four flights will be operated to bring back Indians from Jejo in Poland and one from Kosice in Slovakia.

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Indian Air Force will bring back Indians from Bucharest. A total of 31 flights will be operated between March 2 and March 8, in which more than 6300 Indians will be brought back to the country. Air India Express and SpiceJet planes have a seating capacity of around 180, while Air India and Indigo planes can carry 250 and 216 passengers, respectively.

Air India Express will operate seven flights, SpiceJet four, Indigo 12 and Air India four. After Russia invaded Ukraine, India launched an evacuation operation from February 26 to rescue about 14,000 civilians trapped in the war-torn country.

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