CM assures safe evacuation
Bengaluru. March 3: Karnataka Medical students stranded in Ukraine poured their share of woes and how panic-stricken they are with the Chief Minister Basavaraj. They narrated the situation at the war strickem Ukrain.
Explaining their ordeal the Medical students from Karnataka said that they had walked over 30 kms from Kharkiv and reached a secure place.
Mr. Bommai spoke to Karnataka Medical students stranded in Ukraine over phone and heard their grievances and assured safe evacuation of all those who are stranded.
The Chief Minister assured the students of all the help and efforts by the State government to bring them home safely. “Karnataka government is in constant contact with the External Affairs ministry officials. We will extend all the cooperation for your safe return. Concerted efforts are on in this regard,” Bommai said.
The Chief Minister spoke with many students including Gagan Gowda, a student from Bengaluru. Food and Civil Supplies minister K Gopalaiah too was present during the interaction.
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