seeking after clinical training in Russia suffocated in a waterway in that nation and bearings have been given to bring back their remaining parts back home at the most punctual, Chief Minister K Palaniswami said on Monday.
He said he has guided senior government authorities to quickly connect with the External Affairs Ministry and the Indian international safe haven in Russia, and mastermind bringing back the groups of the four who suffocated in the Volga waterway.
The casualties were learning at the Volgograd State Medical University, he said in an announcement here.
The four understudies are Mohammed Ashiq of Tiruppur area, R Vignesh (Cuddalore), Manoj Anand (Salem) and Stephen (Chennai).
Communicating his ardent sympathies and feelings to the deprived families, Palaniswami said he was “very anguished” over the updates on the demise of the four understudies on August 8.
The group of Manoj Anand had appealed to Palaniswami in Salem on Sunday mentioning him to return steps to carry his body to the nation.
Palaniswami today guaranteed that senior government authorities were doing his guidelines on organizing with the outer issues service and Indian international safe haven in Russia, to mastermind bringing back the bodies.