India sent humanitarian aid to Gaza: After the October 7 attack by the Palestinian extremist organization Hamas by entering Israel, the attacks by the Israeli Military Forces (IDF) are continuing in the Gaza Strip. India has sent the second consignment of humanitarian aid on Sunday (19 November) for the common people of Gaza Strip who have been suffering due to IDF attack for the last 44 days. This information has been given by Foreign Minister S Jaishankar himself.
India sent 32 tons of relief material
Jaishankar wrote on micro-blogging site Departed for KL-Arish Airport.”
Al-Arish Airport is about 45 kilometers from the Rafah crossing on Egypt’s border with the Gaza Strip. Rafah is currently the only crossing point for humanitarian aid into Gaza. However, it has been opened only for relief material.
We will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Palestine.
—Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) 19 November 2023
India has The first consignment was sent in the month of October
Before this, amid the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, India had sent the first consignment of medical and disaster relief material to Palestine on October 22. Then India’s Deputy Permanent Representative (DPR) to the United Nations, Ambassador R Ravindra, while representing India in the open debate of the UN Security Council, had said that India had supplied 38 tonnes of food and vital supplies to the Gaza Strip, which was facing heavy Israeli retaliatory bombardment. Medical equipment has been sent.
He said, “India has sent 38 tonnes of essential goods, including medicines and equipment, to the people of Palestine. We also urge them to create the necessary conditions for the restoration of peace and work towards resumption of direct dialogue.
PM Modi has expressed concern about attacks on common people
Let us tell you that two days ago, on November 17, while addressing the media at the BJP headquarters in Delhi, PM Modi expressed concern over the loss of lives of civilians during the Israeli action in Gaza Strip. Strongly condemning the collateral damage, he said that the death of civilians in the military action in Gaza Strip is condemnable.
According to the report of Al Jazeera, so far more than 11 thousand people have lost their lives during the military action in Gaza Strip. Whereas in Israel, about 1400 people have died after the Hamas attack.
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