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About 300 Indian Nationals To Be Evacuated To India Amid Afghanistan Crisis

About 300 Indian nationals are probably going to land in India today as part of India’s evacuation mission taking into account the Taliban taking control over Afghanistan. 87 Indians who were on Saturday taken to Tajikistan capital Dushanbe from Kabul on board a military vehicle airplane of the Indian Air Force are being taken back to the country in a special Air India flight from the central Asian city early on Sunday.

Arindam Bagchi, Spokesperson of External Affairs Ministry told that two Nepalese residents are additionally coming to India on board the Air India flight.

“Bringing Indians home from Afghanistan! AI 1956 carrying 87 Indians departs from Tajikistan for New Delhi. Two Nepalese nationals also evacuated. Assisted and supported by our Embassy at Dushanbe. More evacuation flights to follow,” told Bagchi around 1:20 am on Sunday.

Then again, the Indian embassy in Qatar said that 135 Indians, who were cleared from Kabul to Doha over the most recent couple of days, are being sent to India.

“1st batch of 135 Indians who were evacuated 4m Kabul to Doha over past days being repatriated tonight to India,” stated the embassy in a tweet post-midnight.

It said that embassy authorities gave consular and logistics help to guarantee the protected return of the Indians.

“We thank Qatar authorities and all concerned for making this possible,” it further said.

In the mean time, almost 100 Indians who were likewise evacuated to Doha from Kabul by US and NATO airplane, are additionally liable to be taken back to the country on Sunday.

It is to be noticed that India has effectively evacuated 200 individuals including the Indian agent and different staff members of its embassy in Kabul in two C-17 substantial lift transport airplane of the IAF.

The primary evacuation flight brought back more than 40 individuals, majorly staff members at the Indian embassy, on Monday. The second C-17 airplanes evacuated around 150 individuals including Indian diplomats, authorities, security force and some abandoned Indians from Kabul on Tuesday.

Prior, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had additionally given contact details to all Indian nationals in Afghanistan needing support.

This comes after the Taliban reclaimed Afghan capital on August 15 in the background of the withdrawal of the US troops.

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