Bhubaneswar/New Delhi: Indian medical college students, who have been airlifted house from Ukraine, and their dad and mom are on a day’s starvation strike at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Sunday to attract Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s consideration to their issues.
Police have allowed 300 protesters to assemble.
Practically 570 college students from Odisha, who have been pursuing medication in Ukraine, have returned to India following Russia’s invasion. The figures from different states are: Delhi 150, Haryana 1,400, Himachal Pradesh 482, Kerala 3,697, Maharashtra 1,200, Karnataka 760, Uttar Pradesh 2,400, Uttarakhand 280, Bihar 1,050, Gujarat 1,300, Punjab 549, Jharkhand 184 and West Bengal 392.
“The federal government is now forcing us to agitate. We’ve been protesting peacefully until now, but when the federal government doesn’t take note of us, then the households will probably be compelled to commit suicide,” the Dad and mom’ Affiliation of Ukraine Medical College students (PAUMS) stated, in accordance with an IANS report.
In Ukraine, a medical diploma takes six years to finish. After this, college students endure one-year obligatory internship, which makes them eligible for Overseas Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) to apply in India and acquire a licence. After that one has to qualify the FMG examination.