Russia-Ukraine War Live: Attack on Europe's Largest Nuclear Power Plant, Another Indian Student Victims of Attack in Ukraine
Europe's largest nuclear power plant Zaporizhzhya also caught fire due to the Russia-Ukraine War attacks. The nuclear power plant started burning after the missile was fired. An Indian student had to be hospitalized after being shot in the Ukrainian capital.
Today is the ninth day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. Russian military attack on Ukraine is not taking the name of stopping. Meanwhile, an Indian student had to be hospitalized after being shot in the Ukrainian capital today in Russian shelling. Due to the second attacks, Europe's largest nuclear power plant Zaporizhia also caught fire. The nuclear power plant started burning after the fire.
Boris Johnson talks to Zelensky
Concern has increased in all European countries after the fire at Europe's largest nuclear plant. Today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also talked to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky regarding this. Expressing concern over the nuclear plant incident, the British Prime Minister told Zelensky that the carelessness of Russian President Vladimir Putin has now directly harmed the security of the whole of Europe. He further said that he would demand an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council and take up the issue with Russia and close allies.
630 more Indians returned from Ukraine
Let us tell you that Operation Ganga is being run by the Government of India to rescue the Indians trapped in Ukraine. Under the same operation, today three more C-17 Indian Air Force aircraft have brought 630 Indian passengers from Ukraine to Delhi from Bucharest (Romania) and Budapest (Hungary). Meanwhile, after the arrival of some students, Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt received them.
Ukrainians protesting the Russian army on the streets, shouted slogans to go back
The people of Ukraine have now themselves taken up the task of driving out the Russian army. Video has surfaced of Melitopol residents protesting Russian occupation of their city. People gathered in front of armed Russian soldiers, chanting 'go back' and waving Ukrainian flags. Meanwhile, the Russian army also opened fire during the protest.
VIDEO: 'Go Home!' Ukrainians protest against Russian occupation.
Melitopol residents protest the Russian occupation of their city, gathering in front of armed Russian soldiers, yelling at them to 'go home' and waving Ukrainian flags. Gunshots can be heard during the protest pic.twitter.com/On98s2EBCf — AFP News Agency (@AFP) March 4, 2022
Putin surrounded at home, people in Moscow are protesting against the attack
Amidst the Russian attack on Ukraine, Putin's attacks are being opposed in Moscow itself. People of Moscow are marching on the streets. Meanwhile, police officers took into custody protesters in central Moscow protesting against the Russian aggression to quell the voices of protest.