Air India special aircraft reached Indore with 144 Indian students stranded in Ukraine for a long time
Indore Covid -19 due to the outbreak stranded for a long time in Ukraine 144 Indian students over Air India landed on the special flight Tuesday morning Devi Ahilyabai Holkar international airport. Arima Sanyal, director of the local airport, said that the special aircraft of Air India flew from Borispil International Airport in Ukraine and reached Indore at 5.16 am via Delhi. He informed that 144 Indian students stranded in Ukraine have returned home through this flight.
These passengers were screened at the local airport and their belongings were free of infection. Meanwhile, an official of the Health Department said that most of the students in this group of travelers are from Madhya Pradesh. These include some students from Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. The official said that among the returning passengers, there are 29 students from Indore, who have been sent to a separate residence center of the city for seven days. Passengers from other places have been sent to their homes.