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Make arrangements for safe return of 1,200 Maharashtra students stuck in Ukraine: Minister urges PM Modi

Uday Samant , who is Maharashtra's Higher and Technical Education Minister, has made the same demand in separate letters to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar "The lives of Indian students studying in Ukraine can be in danger given the war-like situation between Russia and Ukraine," Samant observed in the February 23 letter.

February 25, 2022 / 10:54 AM IST
PM Narendra Modi spoke during the Motion of Thanks on President's Address in Lok Sabha on February 7, 2022

PM Narendra Modi spoke during the Motion of Thanks on President's Address in Lok Sabha on February 7, 2022

Maharashtra minister Uday Samant has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to make arrangements for the safe return of 1,200 students from the state, who are currently studying in Ukraine, against which Russia has launched a military operation.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine began on Thursday following weeks of high tension.

Samant, who is Maharashtra's Higher and Technical Education Minister, has made the same demand in separate letters to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar "The lives of Indian students studying in Ukraine can be in danger given the war-like situation between Russia and Ukraine," Samant observed in the February 23 letter.

The Maharashtra minister said students from Maharashtra are stuck in Ukraine due to the unavailability of facilities to fly back and other resources.