Israeli authorities have promised to take care of the family of the woman from Kerala who died in an airstrike in Israel on Tuesday.
Israeli authorities have promised to take care of the family of Soumya Santhosh who was killed in a rocket strike in Israel on Tuesday. (Photo: Twitter)
Israel’s Deputy Envoy to India Rony Yedidia Clein on Thursday said that Israeli authorities will take care of the family of the woman from Kerala who died in a rocket strike in Israel on Tuesday.
“The family will be taken care of by the Israeli authorities in compensation for what happened, although nothing can ever compensate for the loss of a mother and wife.” Clein said.
According to Santhosh’s family members, the rocket fell on the residence of 31-year-old Soumya in the city of Ashkelon while she was talking to her husband Santhosh, who is in Kerala, over video call in the evening.
Soumya, hailing from Keerithodu in Idukki district, had been working as a housemaid in Israel for the last seven years, her relatives said.
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