According to sources, the Indian Air Force’s special plane is likely to evacuate the remaining Indian nationals in Afghanistan late on Monday night.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday instructed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) to brief the parliamentary leaders of various political parties, including the opposition, on recent developments in Afghanistan, even if they are trying to remove Indian nationals from the conflict-ravaged Under circumstances, the repatriation and evacuation of ethnic groups continue. According to sources, the briefing may be held on August 26.
On Monday, the US and NATO troops evacuated as many as 164 Indian nationals from Kabul to Doha, the capital of Qatar. They were sent back to India via several commercial flights. According to sources, the Indian Air Force’s special flight may evacuate the remaining Indian nationals in Afghanistan later on Monday night. After the evacuation flight over the weekend, they now estimate that there are only about 20 to 30 people.
Some Afghan Sikhs and Hindus, as well as other Afghans who have worked in India’s aid development projects in this conflict-torn country, may also be brought back. Last weekend, Indian nationals were airlifted back to India directly from Kabul and Doha and Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan.
On Monday, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar tweeted: “In view of developments in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister Arenal Lundra Modi The MEA has been instructed to briefly introduce the floor leaders of the party.Minister of parliamentary affairs @Josh Prahad Further details will be hinted. “
On Monday, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi also tweeted: “Bring the Indians back from Afghanistan. The second batch of 146 Indian nationals who were evacuated from Afghanistan to Doha were deported to India today. Thank you to all those involved. support.”
Earlier on Sunday, in a series of tweets, a MEA spokesperson said: “The evacuation continues! The IAF special repatriation flight carrying 168 passengers (including 107 Indian nationals) is on the way from Kabul to Delhi.” He He also wrote on Twitter: “Bring the Indians home from Afghanistan! The AI carrying 87 Indians departed from Tajikistan for New Delhi in 1956. Two Nepalese nationals were also evacuated. Assistance and support at our embassy Down @IndEmbDushanbe. There will be more evacuation flights next. He added, “The first 135 Indians who evacuated from Kabul to Doha in the past few days will be repatriated to India tonight. Embassy officials provided consular and logistical assistance to ensure their safe return. We thank the Qatari authorities and all relevant personnel for making this possible. ”