Amid the war escalating situation in the Gaza Strip, the Indian government decided to send humanitarian aid to Gaza. Nevertheless, India also condemned the terror attack on Israel. As the Indian government is deeply concerned about the people in Gaza, the Indian authorities have provided humanitarian aid to the people in Gaza. As per the reports, India recently sent 38 tons of food and critical medical equipment to the people struck in the Gaza Strip. The Indian Ambassador to the United Nations also condemned the terror attack on Israel. In this article, a lot more has been poured in about the Indian government’s steps taken in concern of escalating war between Israel and Hamas. You should go through the article till the end. Swipe down the page and read more details.
The news that India sent 38 tons of food and necessary medical equipment to the civilians in the Gaza Strip, was confirmed by the Indian ambassador to the UN, R. Ravindra who is the Deputy Permanent Representative of India to the UN, said on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, “The mounting humanitarian crisis is equally alarming” The DPR also thanked the UNGA (United Nations General Assembly) for the open debate on the chapter of hostilities in West Asia. Ravindra further added, “India is deeply concerned about the deteriorating security situation and large-scale loss of civilian lives in the ongoing conflict”
He also mentioned Prime Narendra Modi in his speech to praise him and that he conveyed his condolences to the victims’ families. He said, “Our PM Narendra Modi was one of the first global leaders to have conveyed his condolences for the loss of lives and prayers for the innocent victims and their families. We stood in solidarity with Israel at their moment of crisis when they were facing these terror attacks. Our heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and prayers for the speedy recovery of the injured. Civilian casualties in the ongoing conflict are a matter of serious and continuing concern. All parties must protect civilians, especially women and children,”
Ravindra also spoke about the stand of India in the ongoing war between Israel and Palestine. He said that we continue to support the Palestinian people in terms of health, education, women’s empowerment, information technology, and entrepreneurship. He further said that the Indian government will further provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people.