17000 students evacuated from war-hit Ukraine, 7K still there : Centre to Supreme Court

Indian Students leaving for Delhi from Ukraine. PTI

Indian Students leaving for Delhi from Ukraine. PTI

The Center on Friday let the Supreme Court know that 17,000 abandoned Indian understudies were emptied till Friday morning from Ukraine and the rest were currently being safeguarded.

Principal legal officer KK Venugopal, who was asked by the top court on Thursday to converse with the public authority to help clinical understudies from close to the Romania line in Ukraine, let the court know that applicant Fathima Ahana and different understudies would land in India this evening. He, notwithstanding, said around 7,000 Indian understudies were still there.

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“We are not saying a solitary word, anything about the endeavors which you are taking. We like that, and yet, we are likewise worried about the tension individuals,” the Bench noted.

Requesting that the Center consider setting up a “helpline” for the guardians and groups of abandoned understudies in Ukraine, the top court fixed the matter for additional meeting on next Friday. The Bench clarified that the high courts ought not hear petitions on clearing of understudies from Ukraine to keep away from assortment of suit as it was at that point managing the issue.

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