PM Modi chaired a high-level assembly on the Ukraine state of affairs after an Indian pupil was killed in Kharkiv shelling.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Picture: PTI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-level assembly on the Ukraine state of affairs after an Indian pupil was killed in Kharkiv shelling. That is the fourth such assembly held by the PM within the final two days.

An Indian pupil was killed in shelling in Ukraine’s Kharkiv area this morning, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs mentioned on Tuesday.

Indian pupil Naveen, who hailed from Haveri in Karnataka, was killed in Russian shelling in Ukraine’s Kharkiv. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Naveen’s household and provided condolences.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai spoke to Naveen’s household to specific grief over Naveen’s demise in Ukraine.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi additionally met President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday and briefed him on a number of points together with India’s response to the Ukraine-Russia struggle, in keeping with sources.

Earlier, it was determined that 4 Union ministers would journey to Ukraine’s neighbouring nations as India’s particular envoys to coordinate the operation to evacuate Indians caught within the war-torn area.

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