TS pupils captured in a slit stick, yearn to return residence
Hyderabad: As the battle in between Russia and also Ukraine is rising with every passing day, the pupils from Telangana that are still stranded in Ukraine are counting days to obtain left as they are dealing with an intense lack of food and also various other services. Further, there is no correct setting of transport for them to reach their local train terminal. Through social media sites systems, they have actually been interesting the Indian government to airlift them as early as it can.
The stranded pupils mentioned that as Indian consular office had actually provided an advising asking all Indian nationals to leave Kyiv and also Kharkiv quickly ideally by readily available trains or any kind of ways of transportation. However, to get to the terminals, there is no correct transportation center readily available. Apart from that, concerning 18 pupils from Telangana that have actually gotten to the Romania boundary are excitedly waiting to be airlifted.
Sharing the painful experience, Arvind, a 5th-year MBBS trainee of Kharkiv National Medical University and also a homeowner of Secunderabad stated, “I never thought I would face such a pathetic situation. For the past five days, along with 2,000 students from India, we are surviving in the basement of a metro station. We are running short of food and drinking water. Whenever we are trying to contact the embassy, they are only asking us to wait. Though embassy had asked us to reach the railway stations, we have no proper mode of transport.”
“We are told to leave Kharkiv and Kyiv immediately by available trains or means of transport by Indian embassy, but how should we go as the situation outside is very terrible. A few of our friends tried to reach the railway station, but were harassed by the Ukraine security personal. We are just surviving anyhow in the dark bunker, with no washrooms available. We are running out of food and drinking water. Our health is at risk. Don’t know for how many days we have to spend here. We are hoping that the Indian embassy will soon rescue us,” stated Sharvani, a 5th-year MBBS trainee and also a homeowner ofMeerpet
“Almost all the students stranded at Kyiv are sleeping in -2 degrees Celsius in unheated basements and metro stations. The situation is getting worse with every hour as supplies are running out. We are literally starving. I have been continuously texting the embassy, but there is no word from the authorities,” stated Prithvi, a 2nd-year MBBS trainee and also a homeowner of Secunderabad.