Russian missile hits Ukraine Railway station, 20 killed, over 100 injured
New Delhi : At least 20 people have lost their lives and more than 100 people were injured after a Russian missile allegedly struck a train station in Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has claimed that at the time of strike thousands of people were present in the station.
The station comes under Donetsk region that is controlled by the Ukrainian government and it is said the it was being used by the Ukraine to evacuate the civilians from the region.
Yesterday, the United Nations had voted out Russia from its seat on the Human Rights Council after the Bucha killing incident in Ukraine.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield had introduced a resolution in the United Nations against Russia after the bodies of civilians were found on the streets of Bucha in Ukraine.
Russia had called the attack on Ukraine its special military operation and had claimed that civilians are not the target. But, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy alleged that the Russian troops attacked the civilians as they moved out from Bucha.
Meanwhile, Thomas-Greenfield said that Russia's UN membership hurts its credibility.
During the resolution voting, 93 countries voted in favour of removing Russia, 24 voted against it and 58 countries abstained from the vote. India is among the nations that chose not to vote.