IP- India expressed deep shock over the deaths of civilians in northern Gaza during an incident where Israeli forces opened fire during the delivery of humanitarian aid.

Iran Press/Asia: The situation in the Middle East continues to be a cause for extreme concern for India.

The incident resulted in at least 104 Palestinians killed and 750 wounded, with conflicting reports from the Israeli Defense Forces and Gaza's health ministry.

India reiterated its call for the safe and timely delivery of humanitarian aid and assistance to those affected by the conflict.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has previously condemned acts of terrorism in the Israel-Palestine conflict and advocated for a diplomatic resolution and a two-state solution.

India has taken different stances on UN resolutions regarding the conflict, emphasizing the need for international efforts to focus on a two-state solution to ensure security for the Palestinian people.

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