India urges its Nationals to leave Afghanistan on "Special Flight" today

Kabul: Efforts are on to evacuate Indians from Afghanistan amid a growing Taliban outbreak. In the same vein, a special flight from The Northern City of Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan to New Delhi is scheduled to take off on Tuesday evening. Indians living near Mazar-e-Sharif have been requested to return home through this flight. The Consulate of India at Mazar-e-Sharif has informed about this regard.

The Consulate has said that any Indian national who wants to leave Afghanistan on a special flight should immediately do WhatsApp with his full name, passport number, expiry date. The embassy has also shared 0785891303 and 0785891301 numbers for the same. The situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating day by day.  The Taliban have stepped up attacks since the announcement of the withdrawal of U.S. troops. For the past few weeks, there has been a fierce war between the Taliban and the Afghan army. The United States has also sent several fighter jets, including B-52 bombers, to assist the Afghan army, which has been an airstrike on the Taliban.

The Taliban continues to be an attacker even after the Afghan army retaliated. In the last four days, he has occupied six provincial capitals. On Tuesday, it also took over Aybak, the capital of Sangam. The deputy governor of Samangan has also confirmed the occupation.

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