India has sent humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza amid the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.
The people of Gaza are facing a big crisis these days due to Israel’s retaliatory action on Hamas. India has sent humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza.
Extending a helping hand, humanitarian aid has been sent. This information has been given by the Ministry of External Affairs.
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted that India is sending help for the people of Gaza.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson said, “IAF C-17 aircraft carrying about 6.5 tons of medical help and 32 tons of disaster relief material for the people of Palestine has left for Egypt’s El-Arish airport.”
The aid sent to Gaza includes essential life-saving medicines, surgical items, tents, sleeping bags, tarpaulins, sanitation facilities, water purification tablets and other essential items.
Let us tell you that humanitarian aid started arriving in Gaza from Saturday itself. Has occurred.
Egypt has opened the Rafah border to allow humanitarian aid to reach Gaza. A security source and an Egyptian Red Crescent official told AFP that trucks carrying humanitarian aid from Egypt to war-torn Gaza began passing through the Rafah border on Saturday.
The Rafah crossing point between Egypt and Gaza was finally opened on Saturday for the first time in two weeks, following talks by the US, Israel, Egypt and the United Nations, allowing humanitarian aid to reach Gazans.
Under a mediated agreement, only 20 trucks were allowed to cross the Rafah border on Saturday to deliver aid from the Egyptian Red Crescent to the Palestinian Red Crescent Organization.
Although the Palestinian Red Crescent Society says Saturday’s humanitarian aid delivery into Gaza is a welcome glimmer of hope, the paltry aid is just a drop in the ocean.
Now India has also extended a helping hand and sent relief material to Gaza. Let us tell you that on October 7, Hamas attacked Israel and killed more than 1500 people. Taking retaliatory action, Israel has killed more than 4300 people of Palestine.