Ashok, a resident of Panna Thok in the Kasba Sankh area of Govardhan Tehsil, is preparing for MBS at Sumit State University in Ukraine. But due to the ongoing tension between Ukraine and Russia, Manish is stuck there in an atmosphere of panic.
The relatives of Manish, who hails from Mathura, are worried.
The ongoing tension between Ukraine and Russia (Russia-Ukraine Crisis) remains a matter of concern all over the world. At the same time, after Russia attacked Ukraine, there is an atmosphere of panic in the hearts and minds of the people. People are leaving Ukraine to save their lives, but still, many Indians are trapped there. Although today some people have returned to India. But the Mathura-Bridge (MathuraChildren from many places including ) are still trapped there in panic (Indian Students in Ukraine, In such a situation, his parents are very worried and he is pleading with the government for the safety of his child and is also praying to God.
They are constantly being contacted by the Indian Embassy to rescue the Indian people trapped in Ukraine and they are being told to come back home. But still, people are there. Ashok, a resident of Panna Thok in the Kasba Sankh area of Govardhan Tehsil, sent his son Manish to study at Sumit State University in Ukraine to prepare his son for MBS for his bright future and progress. Where his son was living there, he was studying with his friends. But two days ago, a fierce war broke out between Ukraine and Russia.
Manish’s family requests to bring the children to India
After the war broke out, the situation there is getting worse. Apart from the same area, apart from Mathura district, many children from other states including Uttarakhand are stranded. At the same time, the family members of Manish have appealed to the government to bring the children to India. And said that the government should bring all the children to India under any circumstances and all their children should be taken to their parents.
Similarly, seven students of Hathras district are also in Ukraine. His parents in Hathras district are also very concerned about the situation there due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, and Russia. Parents are taking information moment by moment through TV and on mobile, seeing their children on video calling, tears are pouring out of their eyes. Amidst the blasts in Ukraine with missiles, the tears in the eyes of their parents regarding Indian children there are waiting for the government to return their children. A student living there told me that Russia’s border is about 55 kilometers from where he is living in Ukraine. The students are in a terrible panic due to the sound of continuous blasts from missiles.