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Got No Help From Indian Embassy, Says Indian Student Injured in Ukraine

An Indian student who sustained multiple bullet injuries in war-torn Ukraine on Friday said that he received no support from the Indian Embassy in Ukraine.

“No support from the Indian Embassy yet. I have been trying to get in touch with them, every day they say we will do something but no help yet,” Harjot Singh, who is receiving treatment at a Kyiv hospital, told ANI.

Slamming the Indian government, he said, “It doesn’t matter if you send a charter (plane) after death…”

Singh said that the incident happened on February 27. “We were three people in a cab on our way to the third checkpoint where we were told to return due to security reasons. While coming back, multiple bullets were fired at our car due to which I sustained multiple bullet injuries,” he said.

“God has given me a second life, I want to live it. I request the embassy to evacuate me from here, provide me facilities like a wheelchair, help me with documentation,” he added. 

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