PM Modi on the Gaza hospital attack: Those responsible must be held accountable.


PM Modi on the Gaza hospital attack: Civilian casualties in the ongoing conflict are a major and continuous worry, according to PM Modi.

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PM Modi was ‘shocked’ by the Gaza hospital strike and is concerned about civilian fatalities.

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed great grief on Wednesday at the unfortunate loss of life at Gaza’s Al Alhi Hospital and denounced civilian losses in the ongoing violence. “Deeply shocked by the tragic loss of life at Gaza’s Al Ahli Hospital.” Our heartfelt condolences go out to the victims’ families, and we wish those injured a swift recovery. Civilian casualties in the ongoing fighting are a major source of concern. Those responsible must be held accountable,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

On Wednesday, a hospital in Gaza was attacked, killing hundreds of people, including children. While Hamas blamed Israel for the incident, the Israeli Defence Forces blamed the Palestinian group Islamic Jihad, which denied responsibility. Israeli troops released before and after video, as well as the findings of an analysis, demonstrating that it was a misfire on the part of Islamic Jihad, and that the fatality count was inflated by Hamas in order to blame Israel.

The IDF said that because it was a misfire, there was little damage to the hospital structure and surrounding structures, which would not have been the case if it had been an attack. The missile was directed for Israel, but it failed to fire and landed on a hospital, according to Israel.

The Israel-Hamas conflict erupted on October 7 after Hamas launched missiles at Israel, prompting Israel to declare war in retaliation. In his first message on the crisis, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that India stands in solidarity with Israel at this trying time.

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