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New Delhi, May 13: In a current improvement, Israel’s deputy chief of Mission to India, Rony Yedidia Clein, on Thursday stated that the family of Soumya Santosh, who was killed in a rocket assault by Hamas, can be taken care of by the Israeli authorities.
“The family can be taken care of by the Israeli authorities in compensation for what occurred, though nothing can ever compensate for the lack of a mom and spouse,” Clein was quoted as saying by a information company.
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According to stories, Clein additionally stated that she has been in contact with the family of Santosh from Kerala, who died throughout a rocket assault in the Israeli metropolis of Ashkelon. Clein prolonged her condolences to Santosh’s husband, including that Israel will help in flying her mortal stays again to India.
“We’ve been in contact with the family. She was speaking to her husband when this occurred and I can think about how horrendous it is for the husband. I can solely sympathise with what he have to be feeling,” Santosh informed a information company.
Thirty-two-year-old Soumya Santosh had been working in Israel for the final seven years. She was employed as a home help at a Jewish family in Ashkelon on the time of her loss of life. On Tuesday afternoon, throughout a video name with her husband again house, the constructing she was residing in was hit by a rocket fired by Hamas.
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On Wednesday, Israeli ambassador Ron Malka had reached out to Santosh’s family to lengthen his condolences to her close to ones. Malka drew a parallel between Santosh’s nine-year-old son Adon and Moshe Holtzberg, a Jewish boy who survived the 26/11 siege of Chabad House however misplaced each his dad and mom, and the tragedies they each suffered at a younger age.
Story first printed: Thursday, May 13, 2021, 21:05 [IST]