Officials lend healing touch to Ukraine stranded students’ kin
28 From SBS Nagar District stranded in war-torn Ukraine are completely safe
Nawanshahr, March 2, 2022: Following the directions of Ministry of External Affairs, the officials of local administration have been walking extra mile and lending healing touch to the families of 28 residents of SBS Nagar district stranded in war-torn Ukraine.
SDM Banga Navneet Kaur Bal called on the family of Harpreet Kaur of Chak Mai Dass village and detailed them that the government has already strengthened its efforts to evacuate all the stranded students safely. SDM Banga told that Harpreet Kaur is now at Poland border and is constantly in contact with the family. She said that Kaur’s details along with others stranded citizen of district have been forwarded to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and expressed hoped that all of them would be back at their motherland soon.
SDM Nawanshahr Dr. Baljinder Singh Dhillon met the family of Sumit Puri, a medical student stuck at Ukraine and assured fulsome support to them. He said that Sumit is now at Hungry border and totally safe. SDM told that the administration is working round the clock for the safe evacuation of all stranded citizen of the district. Sandeep Puri, the father of student thanked the administration for supporting in these hours and said that his son is now safe and would be back soon.
Dhillon also went to the house of Dharam Paul of local Waheguru Nagar whose four members of family including a two-day granddaughter have been stranded in the Ukraine. SDM told them that government is taking all possible steps for the safe return. Paul told SDM Dhillon that his family is out of war zone and now reached at Polish border.
Deputy Commissioner Vishesh Sarangal said that teams led by SDMs, Tehsildars/Naib Tehsildars have personally visited the families of all 28 stranded residents of the district and added administration is constantly in-touch with them and MEA regarding evacuation process and safe repatriation.