Haveri: No one arrived from the Indian embassy for Indian students stranded in Ukraine’s Kharkiv, where a Karnataka native, who was pursuing drugs amid a Russian military attack, was killed in shelling, the victim’s father said on Tuesday. charged up.
His uncle Ujjanagouda claimed that Naveen Shekhargowda of the district died when he had come out of his bunker to exchange currency and have some food.
Shekhargowda’s residence in Chalgeri in this district was saddened to hear the news of the murder of his child in a distant European nation, people thronged the house in large numbers to console the bereaved family.
Shekhargowda complained that no one from the Indian embassy reached the students stranded in Kharkiv, which is witnessing hostility. His family members said Naveen was in the fourth year of his course at Kharkiv Medical College.
Ujjanagouda said Naveen along with others from Karnataka were trapped in a bunker in Kharkiv. He had gone out in the morning to change his posture and had something to eat when he was caught firing, in which he was killed instantly.
Ujjanagouda said that when he called his father on Tuesday, Naveen said that there was no food and water in the bunker.
learning about the tragedy, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai called Shekhargowda over the phone and expressed his grief.
Bommai assured Shekhargowda that he would do everything possible to bring his son’s body back to India. He also told her that he was in touch with the officials of the Ministry of External Affairs.
The bereaved father told Bommai that Naveen had called him in the morning as well. Son used to call her at least two to three times a day, she told Chief Minister,


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