Kathmandu: In a heart-wrenching incident amid the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict, 10 Nepali students lost their lives in what is now being referred to as the “October 7th Massacre.” The students, who had been studying in the region, fell victim to violence perpetrated by Hamas militants.
The incident unfolded on October 7th, shaking the world as it once again underscores the tragic impact of the conflict on innocent lives. The victims, who had traveled to the region to pursue their education and dreams, found themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The exact details of the attack are still emerging, but it is reported that the Nepali students were caught in the crossfire as violence erupted in the region. Hamas militants targeted their vicinity, leading to the loss of 10 lives.
Four Bodies Return to Kathmandu
As the news of the incident spread, the families of the victims were in mourning. Four of the bodies have been repatriated to Nepal and arrived at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu earlier today.
Grief-stricken family members, friends, and well-wishers gathered at the airport to receive the remains of their loved ones.
The government of Nepal, along with various student and civil organizations, has been providing support and assistance to the affected families during this difficult time.
Nepal’s Foreign Ministry has also expressed its concern over the safety of Nepali citizens in the region. The tragic incident serves as a stark reminder of the collateral damage caused by conflicts that persist around the world, leaving innocent lives shattered.
It highlights the urgent need for a peaceful resolution to the Israel-Palestine conflict to prevent further loss of life.
As the Nepali nation mourns the loss of these 10 promising young lives, the world watches with hope for a resolution to the conflict that has claimed far too many innocent victims.