By Our Staff Reporter
Dehradun, 1 Mar: Six more students today returned to Uttarakhand from Ukraine. This takes the total of those returning so far to 28. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami today called on the parents of the students still stranded in the war-torn Ukraine and promised to make all efforts to bring their wards home safely.
Among those who returned today include one girl student and five youths. Two of these students are from Dehradun, two from Haridwar, one from Udham Singh Nagar, and the lone girl is from Pauri district. They are Bhanu Pratap and Manish Kumar Thapa from Dehradun, Kurban Ali and Kanhaiya from Haridwar, Prashant from Udham Singh Nagar and Riya Rawat from Pauri.
At the same time, due to the death of an Indian student in firing in Ukraine, today, the relatives of the students of Uttarakhand trapped are in panic and are very concerned about the safety of their children.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also met the families, today, of some students stranded in Ukraine. He also assured them that the government was making the best possible efforts.
Additionally, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami inaugurated the Mahashivratri fair organised at the Bankhandi Mahadev Shiva temple located in his constituency and, later, called on the families of Rishabh Lohia and Ankur Verma who are amongst those still stranded in Ukraine. Dhami met their families and assured that both the students would soon be brought back home.