Indians fleeing Ukraine amid Russia offensive have refused to let go of their angry comrades. Citizens around the country show exemplary courage on the battlefield, with Indian students escaping insults and gunfire to escape the war-torn country. The Ukrainians and Indians who were there time and again refused to leave their pets in the chaos. This led India to relax its laws for the repatriation of livestock from the country from Ukraine. According to The Indian Express, an office report published by the Office of the Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Food Authority states: War-torn Ukraine, in which regulations for exporting livestock to India may not be possible. in practice, the importation of domestic dogs and / or pets with Indians restricted by rescue by the Government of India, is as convenient as a temporary vacation. bottom.
Rishabh Kaushik, who studied at Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics in eastern Ukraine, has not left Ukraine as he wanted to take his pet dog with him, a report on NDTV said. For now, however, he and his dog Maliboo are set to fly from Budapest to India.
Arya Aldrin went viral on social media after pictures of her trying to save her pet Saira during the war in Ukraine came out. According to the Times of India, Arya is a 20-year-old MBBS student from Kerala’s Idukki and told the media on Tuesday afternoon that the two were at the airport. They had no information on where they would fly at that time.
Meet Arya & Serah, Man on the battlefield. Arya aldrin, 2nd year medical student from #Kerala training at the Venecia University. He spent 2 days in a bunker with his dog. Even stuck in the middle of #UkraineRussiaOgunboth are not given. pic.twitter.com/l09E1Eo128
– Vaisakh Aryan (@vaisakh_aryan) March 1, 2022
I took my friend’s dog with me from Ukraine. Many people who own dogs have left them in Ukraine, but I brought this dog back with me: Zahid, a student rescued from Ukraine, at a Hindu airport pic.twitter.com/bEslfEBI6L– ANI (@ANI) March 3, 2022
Indian airbase | This cat has been with me for the past four months. He stayed with me in the bunker, and then we crossed into Poland together: Gautam, rescued from Kyiv, Ukraine brought his pet back with him pic.twitter.com/B53TV1LE4M– ANI (@ANI) March 3, 2022
Besides them, many of those who entered the Air Force’s C-17 Globemaster can be seen with their four-legged friends in a video from MoS Civil Aviation Gen (Retd) VK Singh.
“Some evacuees bring their best four-legged friends with them. It is good to have all our Indian students on board the Indian Air Force’s C-17 Globemaster ready to return to the security of our homeland”: MoS Civil Aviation Gen (Retd) VK Singh (Video Source: VK Singh’s Twitter) pic.twitter.com/7pGgcGh7de
– ANI (@ANI) March 2, 2022
Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has also made efforts for dogs to be safely brought back to India.
Numerous stories of solidarity between Indians and those of other countries came to light in the tragedy of the war. An Indian restaurant has transformed a bomb shelter in Kyiv, and the Indian flag has helped not only Indians but also Pakistanis and Turks safely cross many checkpoints in Ukraine.
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