In this regard, External Affairs Department Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted (x) and gave the details of the medical supplies sent by India. Arindam Bagchi said life-saving medicines, surgical equipment, tents, sleeping bags, tarpaulins, hygiene kits, water purification tablets and other essential equipment were also dispatched.
An Indian Air Force C-17 fighter jet carrying 6.5 tonnes of medical supplies has reached Egypt’s El-Arish airport. Along with this, there are 32 tons of disaster relief materials. The Indian Air Force has decided to deliver all these to the Palestinian people.
On Saturday, October 7, thousands of Hamas militants attacked Israel, killing about 1,400 Israeli citizens and taking hundreds of hostages to Gaza. It has been reported that the Israeli Air Force has killed 4,300 Palestinians in Gaza so far in every attack against Hamas. The Ministry of Health of the Hamas government gave this information and learned that more than 5,000 people were injured by the Israeli attack.
The heavily congested Gaza Strip has now been converted into an open morgue. The people of Gaza Strip have not got food, water and electricity. Besides, people are worried about where to go after leaving Gaza Strip. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi held discussions with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and promised to provide necessary humanitarian aid.
Prime Minister Modi, who also tweeted about this, said that the killing of ordinary citizens in Gaza Strip is a serious issue. Meanwhile, an agreement on a humanitarian ceasefire was reached at the Peace Summit held in Egypt under the chairmanship of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. According to this it has been decided to provide food, water and medical assistance. However, Egypt has not agreed to supply fuel to Gaza.