A particular Indian Air Drive repatriation flight ferrying 168 evacuees from Kabul landed on the Ghaziabad Hindon air base right here on Sunday.
The flight had 107 Indian nationals amongst these evacuated from Afghanistan, which has been overtaken by the Talban per week in the past. Passengers who arrived right here will first bear a COVID RT PCR check.
India has been allowed to function two flights per day from Kabul to evacuate its nationals stranded in Afghanistan, authorities sources advised ANI.
The permission was granted by American and North Atlantic Treaty Group (NATO) forces which have been controlling operations of the Hamid Karzai Worldwide Airport after the Afghan capital fell to the Taliban on August 15.
Individuals in Afghanistan have been speeding to go away the nation after the Taliban seized management final week. On August 15, the nation’s authorities fell quickly after President Ashraf Ghani left the nation.
Nations have been urgently evacuating their residents from the war-torn nation. The Kabul airport is witnessing these days a heavy chaos as a consequence of instability within the area.
The MEA has stated the federal government is dedicated to the protected return of all Indian nationals from Afghanistan. The MEA stated that the primary problem for journey to and from Afghanistan is the operational standing of the Kabul airport.
Spokesperson of the ministry of exterior affairs (MEA), Arindam Bagchi, tweeted earlier to say that two Nepalese residents have been amongst these on board the Air India flight from Kabul.
“Bringing Indians dwelling from Afghanistan! AI 1956 carrying 87 Indians departs from Tajikistan for New Delhi. Two Nepalese nationals additionally evacuated. Assisted and supported by our Embassy @IndEmbDushanbe. Extra evacuation flights to comply with,” he tweeted very early on Sunday morning.
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