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Russia Ukraine war: Here is how world leaders reacted to Russia declaring war on Ukraine

Soon after the declaration of war between Russia and Ukraine, US President Joe Biden has condemned Russia for an unprovoked and unjustified attack on Ukraine while promising that his country and its allies will hold Russia accountable.

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Western powers on Thursday reacted strongly to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who have launched military operations in Ukraine. So far 7 people have been killed, 9 injured by Russian shelling, Ukraine claimed.

In a special televised address, Putin has announced a war in Ukraine saying that clashes between Russian and Ukrainian forces are inevitable. Ukrainian service members should lay down their arms and go home, he also said.

Here is how the world leaders reacted to Russia declaring war on Ukraine

United States (US)
Soon after the declaration of war between Russia and Ukraine, US President Joe Biden has condemned Russia for an unprovoked and unjustified attack on Ukraine while promising that his country and its allies will hold Russia accountable. He also warned Russia that there will be consequences for Russia and the war would cause catastrophic losses of life and human suffering.

Unite Kingdom (UK)
United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson respond decisively to Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine. Taking to his Twitter handle, the UK President said Putin has chosen a path of bloodshed and destruction by launching this unprovoked attack on Ukraine. He has spoken to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the next steps, Johnson said.

India
Taking a hard stand on the Ukraine Crisis, India has warned both Russia and Ukraine and advised to exercise restraint. In his address at United Nations Security Council meeting, India’s permanent representative to the UNSC TS Tirumurti called for immediate de-escalation, refraining from further action that worsens Russia-Ukraine crisis.

Pakistan

Amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan told his Russian counterparts that what a time he had come, so much excitement. He has landed in Moscow on the day of war.

China

Following the bombings on some Ukrainian cities, the Chinese embassy in Ukraine told its citizens in Ukraine to stay at home as a precautionary measure.

Germany
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has also condemned Russia’s attack on Ukraine and called it as a blatant breach of international law that cannot be justified by anything.

Italy
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi condemned the Russia’s attack on Ukraine. It is unjustified and unjustifiable. Italy is close to the Ukrainian people and institutions in this dramatic moment, he said.
Italy is working with European and NATO allies to respond immediately, with unity and determination, Draghi said in a statement.

Japan
Japan PM Minister Fumio Kishida said Russia’s attack on Ukraine shakes the foundation of the international order which does not permit unilateral attempts to change the status quo. Japan will coordinate efforts with the international community, including the United States, and deal with this swiftly, he said.

France
Speaking on the Russia-Ukraine crisis, President Emmanuel Macron said France stands in solidarity with Ukraine and Paris would work with allies to end the war. Russia must immediately put an end to its military operations, Macron wrote on his official Twitter handle.

Canada
Speaking on the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said these reckless and dangerous acts will not go unpunished. He also called Russia’s attacks unprovoked and a clear further violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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Spain
Condemning the Russian military operation in Ukraine, the Spanish PM said he is in contact with allies from NATO to coordinate a response.

Iran
Iran, who is is currently working on obtaining flight permits for the evacuation flights, urged its citizens residing in Ukraine to leave the country.

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AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj says a conspiracy is underway for slow death of Arvind Kejriwal

Saurabh Bharadwaj also slammed the Tihar administration, BJP, Centre and Delhi LG and held them responsible for denying insulin to Kejriwal and said the Delhi Chief Minister has been suffering from Type-2 diabetes for the last 20-22 years.

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The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is being pushed towards a slow death inside Tihar jail as he is being denied insulin and consultations with his doctor.  AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj told the media that Arvind Kejriwal, who is suffering from Type-2 diabetes, has been asking for insulin and a video conferencing with his family doctor as the jail administration is not allowing him to do so.

Bharadwaj said he wants to say with full responsibility that a conspiracy is underway for the slow death of Kejriwal. He said his claims were on the basis of blood sugar readings of the Delhi Chief Minister in jail. He also slammed the Tihar administration, BJP, Centre and Delhi LG and held them responsible for denying insulin to Kejriwal and said the Delhi Chief Minister has been suffering from Type-2 diabetes for the last 20-22 years.

On Friday, the Delhi chief minister’s council Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi said Kejriwal has not been administered insulin to control his sugar levels since his arrest, and termed it alarming and shocking. The Enforcement Directorate had on Thursday claimed before the court that Kejriwal has been taking high sugar intake by consuming foods like mangoes and sweets every day, inspite of the fact that he was suffering from Type-2 diabetes, to create grounds for medical bail.

Kejriwal refuted the claims of the Enforcement Directorate by asserting before a court that the food he consumed was in accordance with the diet chart prepared by his doctor. Arvind Kejriwal confirmed that he only uses sugar free in his tea.

Bharadwaj further added that overall, it was a conspiracy to give a slow death to Arvind  Kejriwal so that his multiple organs get damaged and when he comes out of jail after 2-4 months he goes for the treatment of heart, kidney and other organs.

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Rahul Gandhi says BJP will not get more than 150 seats in Lok Sabha elections

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said these BJP people are saying that they will secure this many or that many seats and but he wanted to make it clear that BJP will not get more than 150 seats.

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With completion of the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections yesterday, the stage is set for the 2nd phase of the Lok Sabha elections, which has lead the political parties to intensify and accelerate campaigning. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi too, with his eyes set on the 2nd phase was addressing a public rally at Bihar’s Bhagalpur on Saturday.

Addressing the rally, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and said these BJP people are saying that they will secure this many or that many seats and but he wanted to make it clear that BJP will not get more than 150 seats.

Rahul Gandhi expressed his confidence that the I.N.D.I.A. Bloc will emerge victorious in the Lok Sabha elections. He also stressed on the party’s vision for INDIA once elected to power. Rahul Gandhi said, As soon as the INDIA alliance government comes, they will end the Agniveer scheme. He said India does not need two types of martyrs and added that everyone should get pension.

Gandhi further added that they will change GST and there will be one tax, minimum tax. He also talked about doubling the salary of Asha and Anganwadi workers. Gandhi said they are giving 2 guarantees to the farmers. The Congress party is going to waive off the farmers’ debts, and secondly, they are going to provide a guaranteed minimum support price to the farmers of India.

Congress leader even promised that his government would provide all diploma holders and graduates in India with the right to an apprenticeship. During the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections which are scheduled to be held on April 26, 4 constituencies in Bihar, including, Kishanganj, Bhagalpur, and Purnia ,Katihar will go for elections.

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RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav says BJP’s 400 paar film has become a super flop on the first day itself

Tejashwi Yadav said the INDIA Bloc had held block wise meetings and the feedback that has come is very good that the BJP’s 400 paar film has flopped on day 1 of the Lok Sabha elections. He said the people of Bihar are aware and will teach BJP a lesson.

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After the first phase of the Lok Sabha election got completed, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on Saturday took a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party and said that the BJP’s 400 paar film has become a super flop on the first day itself. The RJD leader told that the media that there is no competition in the first phase of the elections as Bihar will give shocking results this time.

Yadav added that the Mahagathbandhan is winning all 4 seats in the first phase. He said the INDIA Bloc had held block wise meetings and the feedback that has come is very good that the BJP’s 400 paar film has flopped on day 1 of the Lok Sabha elections. He said the people of Bihar are aware and will teach BJP a lesson.

Tejashwi Yadav said there is no competition in the first phase. He said the people of Bihar will give shocking results this time. He added the BJP government has not done anything for the people of Bihar. He said the promises made by Modi ji in 2014 and 2019 were not fulfilled. Yadav added the public is tired of BJP’s statements and false promises. He said the opposition has promised that they will give a special package to Bihar along with special status.

Tejashwi Yadav said today the rally is with Rahul Gandhi ji in Bhagalpur. The entire INDIA Bloc and the Mahagathbandhan are working together. The RJD leader pointed out that unemployment is the biggest issue in Bihar. He said other important issues being faced by the people of Bihar are poverty, inflation, investment in the state. He said Migration and floods are also issues which need to be looked at.  He added the people of BJP are very worried. He said the people of BJP say that they will abolish the Constitution. He said those who destroy the Constitution will themselves be destroyed.

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