Six flights from Budapest departs with 240 Indians under 'Operation Ganga'.

NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar announced on Monday that the sixth flight from Budapest, carrying 240 Indian travelers, has departed for New Delhi as part of 'Operation Ganga.'

Taking to Twitter, he expressed his dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs "The OperationGanga flight from Budapest is the sixth. With 240 Indian nationals, we flew to Delhi." Over 1,137 students have been evacuated from the war-torn Ukraine and have landed in India, according to government officials.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi assessed the status of Indian people being evacuated from Ukraine on Monday and decided to dispatch four Union Ministers as Special Envoys to Ukraine's neighboring nations to oversee the Operation Ganga evacuation effort.

Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia will visit Romania and Moldova, Kiren Rijiju will visit Slovakia, Hardeep Singh Puri will visit Hungary, and Gen V.K. Singh (Retd) will visit Poland, according to officials.

The weekend curfew has been lifted, according to the Indian Embassy in Kiev, and all students are advised to proceed to the railway station for further journeys to the western portions. They further stated that Ukraine Railways is putting special trains in place for evacuation, and that Indian students will not be charged anything for the trip because it is free.

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