Evacuated From Ukraine, Kerala Man Wants To Name His Baby After Operation Ganga

New Delhi: Overwhelmed with the Indian Government’s Operation Ganga, evacuating the country’s nationals from war-torn Ukraine, a man from Kerala has decided to name his unborn child Ganga.

Abhijit, along with his pregnant wife, was trapped in Kyiv. He managed to move to safety with the help of the Indian embassy staff under Operation Ganga. He later reached Rzeszow in Poland safely in a shelter room set up by the Indian Embassy.

“My wife is hospitalized in Poland. She is nine months pregnant. The latest report from the hospital stated that my wife and babies are healthy and doing well in the hospital. The expected time of arrival of my babies is March 26 and I have decided to name my upcoming baby after as Ganga after the name of the rescue operation that India launched,” Abhijeet told ANI, adding that he is coming to India while his wife has to stay in a Poland’s hospital for her medical safety reasons.

“I am running a small restaurant in Ukraine (Kyiv). I was trapped in Kyiv and with the help of officials, who are working under Operation Ganga, I was rescued and taken to Poland safely. I thank them and the Government of India,” Abhijit told ANI.

Expressing happiness towards the efforts made by the Indian government, “I have not spent a single penny from Ukraine (Kyiv) to Poland (Rzeszow).”

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