India remains firm on its stand regarding the ongoing war between Israel and Gaza. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the President of Palestine on phone on Thursday and expressed grief over the incident in Gaza hospital.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a post regarding this on X. The Prime Minister has written that he spoke to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Expressed its condolences on the death of civilians in Gaza’s Al Ahli Hospital. “We will continue to send humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people” he said. He shared deep concern over terrorism, violence and the deteriorating security situation in the region. Reiterated India’s long-standing principled position on the Israel-Palestine issue.
Earlier, it was said by the Ministry of External Affairs that there is no information about any casualty of any Indian.
Also, regarding the attack on the hospital in Gaza, the Ministry of External Affairs said that you must have seen the PM’s tweet. The PM expressed concern over the death of civilians and expressed condolences to the families. India condemns all forms of violence. We believe in the two-nation principle on the Palestine issue.
On the issue of help to Gaza and Palestine, Arindam Bagchi said that from 2000 to 2023, India has continuously helped Palestine. An assistance of 29.5 million dollars has been provided by India
Thursday was the 13th day of war between Israel and the Palestinian organization Hamas. The impact of the ongoing war in Gaza Strip is also visible on Indian politics.
After Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar’s statement regarding Palestine, Devendra Fadnavis and Assam Chief Minister Hemanta Biswa Sarma have opened a front against Pawar. Fadnavis has appealed to Pawar not to indulge in appeasement politics.