Israel- Hamas conflict India calls for ‘ immediate and unconditional ’

Israel- Hamas conflict India calls for ‘ immediate and unconditional ’


India on Thursday prompted both the sides to dodge violence, lessen the situation and produce conditions for an early resumption of direct peace accommodations towards a two- state result to the Palestine issue. Without naming Hamas, India also called for “ immediate and unconditional ” release of hostages.

Israel has been carrying out a massive military descent in Gaza following the unknown andmulti-pronged attacks on Israeli metropolises by Hamas zealots on October 7. Hamas killed around 1,400 people in Israel and abducted further than 220.

Around 10,500 people have been killed in Gaza in the Israeli descent, according to the Hamas- run authorities in Gaza. At his daily media briefing, prophet in the Ministry of External Affairs( MEA) Arindam Bagchi said India has made its position clear on the Hamas- Israel conflict on multiple occasions including during the UN General Assembly debate on October 27. “ We’ve explosively condemned the terrible attack on Israel, prompted the need for zero forbearance for terrorism and called for immediate and unconditional release of hostages, ” he said. “ We’ve also conveyed our deep concern at the philanthropic extremity in Gaza and the adding mercenary risk and ate sweats to lessen the situation and give philanthropic backing, ” he said.

Bagchi said India has also transferred 38 tonnes of philanthropic relief material and emphasised the need for strict “ observance of transnational philanthropic law. ” The relief accoutrements were transferred to the people of Gaza. “ We’ve also prompted the parties to lessen, dodge violence and work towards creating conditions for an early resumption of direct peace accommodations towards a two state result.

That captures all aspects of how we look at the veritably delicate situation there, ” he said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi held phone exchanges with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and President of Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas following escalation of the conflict. Asked about reports that the Israeli construction assiduity is looking at retaining 100,000 Indian workers to replace the 90,000 Palestinians, he wasn’t apprehensive of any similar requests from Tel Aviv. “ I’m not sure of any specific exchanges or requests. I saw some reports of 100,000 workers replacing other workers there. I haven’t heard any of those effects.( I am) not apprehensive of any specific figure or request, ” Bagchi said. In a larger environment, he said India has been working towards giving its citizens access to the “ global work place ”. “ In this regard, we’ve been in discussion on trying to get into mobility agreements with a number of countries.

similar fabrics and agreements insure that our people are treated fairly, their rights are defended and they aren’t discerned against, ” Bagchi said. “ In Israel, there are formerly a number of Indian workers employed there, especially in the care- giver sector. Since 2022, we’ve been agitating a bilateral frame in the construction and care- giver sectors, ” he said. “ But this is a long- term action. But I’m not apprehensive of any specific requests or the figures that have been floating around, ” he said.