India brings back 146 of its evacuated nationals from Qatar's capital Doha

India on Monday, August 23,, brought back 146 of its nationals in 4 different flights from Qatar's capital Doha, days after they were evacuated from Afghan by NATO and American aircraft in view of the deteriorating security situation in the war-torn country.

People privy with the development said the Indians were flown back to Delhi as part of India's mission to evacuate its citizens and Afghanistan partners from Kabul following its takeover by the Taliban over a week back. It was the second batch of Indians to be brought back from Doha after their evacuation from Kabul. A total of 135 Indians were flown back to Delhi from Doha on a special flight on Sunday. Out of the second batch of Indians who returned home from Doha, 104 people were brought back in a Vistara flight, 30 by a Qatar Airways flight and 11 of them returned by an Indigo flight.

It is learnt that the Indians evacuated to Doha from Kabul were employees of a number of foreign companies that were operating in Afghanistan and they were flown out of Kabul by NATO and American aircraft. The Taliban swept across Afghanistan this month, seizing control of almost all key towns and cities, including Kabul, in the backdrop of the withdrawal of the US forces. 

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