Air Force becomes 'Messiah' for Indians stranded in Afghanistan, bringing 120 people home!

Kabul: The situation in Afghanistan has started deteriorating since they were captured by the Taliban terror group. In view of this, the Government of India has started the exercise of repatriation of Indian nationals stranded there. Sources said the Indian Air Force's C-17 Globemaster aircraft has flown from Kabul with more than 120 Indian officials.

The men were evacuated to safer areas of the airport late last evening. The Taliban has captured Kabul. Meanwhile, sources said that several Indians are stranded in Afghanistan who wants to return home. They are currently in safe areas away from violent areas. The government will bring them back home safely in a day or two. It is being reported that special aircraft can be sent for this.

Earlier, the number of Indians stranded in Afghanistan has not been made public by the government for security reasons. A flight also reached Kabul on Sunday night and returned to India on Monday morning with some Indian passengers from there. At the same time, the second aircraft is also on its way, is going to reach India soon. Sources said the two are yet to make several trips to Kabul.

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