According to sources, Zomi Frankcom, who was of Indian heritage, was one of the six international humanitarian workers affiliated with the World Central Kitchen who were killed in an Israeli airstrike in the war-torn Gaza along with the Palestinian driver.

The prime minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese, stated that Frankcom, 43, was one of the deceased and demanded complete responsibility from the Israeli government.

“This individual was volunteering abroad to help those in Gaza who are extremely impoverished through this charity. And this is just not acceptable at all,” he declared. 

“We demand complete responsibility as this is a tragedy that ought not to have happened.” The woman was on her way to deliver aid to the inhabitants of war-torn northern Gaza when the convoy she was riding in came under fire late on Monday, according to media sources. She was born to an Australian father and a Mizo mother.

The attack in Gaza that claimed the lives of seven charity workers was carried out by Israeli forces, according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In a statement on Tuesday, he stated, “Unfortunately, there was a tragic incident of an unintentional strike of our forces on innocent people in the Gaza Strip over the last day.” Officials “will do everything for this not to happen again,” he declared.

The renowned chef Jose Andres launched the food charity, which said that it was immediately stopping activities in the area.

The convoy was struck as it was leaving the Deir al-Balah facility, where the crew had unloaded more than 100 tons of humanitarian food items transported to Gaza by water, according to the statement, “despite coordinating movements with the IDF.”

“Humanitarian groups that respond to the most serious circumstances in which food is being used as a weapon of war are also being attacked by this, in addition to WCK. WCK CEO Erin Gore declared, “This is not forgiven.

The seven individuals who perished were citizens of Palestine, Poland, the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United States.