10 Assam students out of 124 returned back home from Ukraine;

Ten of the 124 Assam students stranded in Ukraine arrived in India on Sunday, despite the state government activating various helpline numbers to reach out to those stranded in the war-torn European country. Six students were evacuated by the Union External Affairs Ministry and arrived in Mumbai and New Delhi separately by noon.

“There were 124 persons from Ukraine in Assam, according to our records. They’re all students. Six of them arrived on Sunday at 11 a.m. However, 124 is an estimate; actual figures may differ “Jishnu Barua, Assam’s chief secretary, informed on Sunday afternoon.

MEA has evacuated four more Assam students who were stuck in Ukraine. On Sunday, they landed in New Delhi around 6.05 p.m. Shamanay Kr Sarmah (Nagaon), Angshuman Sharma (Nalbari), Gunajit Kashyap (Kamakhya), and Shajan Hazarika (Nagaon) are students at TNMU Ukraine, where they are studying medicine.

The students were greeted by officials from the Assam Bhawans in Mumbai and New Delhi, who made the required arrangements to return them home. “The Assam government is in close contact with the ministry of external affairs to ensure that the students’ evacuation and travel are as smooth as possible,” according to a government statement.

Tanmayee Parashar, Siya Das, Daisy Basumatary, and Kritika Basant (Guwahati), Anurag Bhuyan (Gohpur), and Himashree Kakati (Gohpur) are among the pupils who have been evacuated, according to the report (Sualkuchi).

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