Afghanistan and Taliban crisis is a heart-wrenching circumstance for the entire world. People are running and begging for life, women and children are suffering for no cause. Cries of innocents are heard by the world and so as part of rescuing people countries are trying their best to evaluate the innocents from a nightmare. As a part of India's evacuation mission in view of the Taliban taking the control of Afghanistan, around 300 Indian nationals are likely to land in India today.
1st batch of 135 Indians who were evacuated 4m Kabul to Doha over past days being repatriated tonight to India. Emb officials provided consular&logistics asst to ensure their safe return. We thank Qatar authorities n all concerned for making this possible@MEAIndia@DrSJaishankar pic.twitter.com/xueNYg6K1F? India in Qatar (@IndEmbDoha) August 21, 2021
Eighty-seven Indians who were on Saturday taken to Tajikistan capital Dushanbe from Kabul on board a military transport aircraft of the Indian Air Force are being brought back to the country in a special Air India flight from the central Asian city early on Sunday. External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi informed that two Nepalese citizens are also coming to India on board the Air India flight. On the other hand, the Indian embassy in Qatar reports 135 Indians rescued from Kabul to Doha in the last few days, are being sent to India.
Bringing Indians home from Afghanistan!? Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) August 21, 2021
AI 1956 carrying 87 Indians departs from Tajikistan for New Delhi. Two Nepalese nationals also evacuated.
Assisted and supported by our Embassy @IndEmbDushanbe.
More evacuation flights to follow. pic.twitter.com/YMCuJQ7595
The embassy stated that 'our officials provided consular and logistics assistance to ensure the safe return of the Indians.' 'We thank Qatar authorities and all concerned for making this possible,' it added. Meanwhile, nearly 100 Indians evacuated to Doha from Kabul by US and NATO aircraft. Notably, India has already evacuated 200 people including the Indian envoy and other staffers of its embassy in Kabul in two C-17 heavy-lift transport aircraft of the IAF. Earlier, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had also provided contact details for all Indian nationals in Afghanistan requiring assistance.
We urge all Indian nationals in Afghanistan requiring assistance to contact our Special Afghanistan Cell immediately, if not done so already.? Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) August 19, 2021
Contact details ?? https://t.co/82ytF53WKK