Many Indians return home in first phase of Mission Vande Bharat
Many Indians return home in first phase of Mission Vande Bharat

Mission Vande Bharat was started by the government to bring back the Indians trapped abroad due to the lockdown implemented due to Coronavirus in the country. Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Saturday that more than 13,000 people have returned to India under the first phase of the Vande Bharat Mission.

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On this matter, Puri wrote on Twitter that so far more than 13,000 people have already returned in various flights under Mission Vande Bharat. Today, 812 civilians have returned from Air India and Air India Express flights. The Vande Bharat Mission, which began on 7 May to bring back stranded Indian nationals from other countries, began its second phase of operations by sending three Air India flights to Dubai and Abu Dhabi from Saturday (16 May).

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Under the second phase of Vande Bharat Mission, a total of 149 flights will be operated, including feeder flights, to bring back Indians from 40 countries. Of the 149 flights, 13 will come from the US, 11 from the United Arab Emirates, 10 from Canada, nine from Saudi Arabia and the UK, 8 each from Malaysia and Oman, 7 each from Kazakhstan and Australia.

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