India Brings Back 146 More Nationals from Afghanistan

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India on Sunday brought back 392 individuals and two Afghan MPs in three different flight trips under the departure mission in the midst of war like situation in Afghanistan.

By Ayush Upadhyay/The Newster

Indians depart from Tajikistan for New Delhi pic: Arindam Bagchi

India, on Monday, evacuated 146 of its people in four different flights from Qatar’s capital Doha, days after they were evicted from Afghanistan by NATO and American airplane taking into account the crumbling security circumstance in the war-torn country.

Individuals acquainted with the matter said the Indians were flown back to Delhi as a mission of India’s main goal to evacuate its residents and Afghan accomplices from Kabul following its takeover by the Taliban, a week ago.

It was the second cluster of Indians who came home back from Doha after their displacement from Kabul.

A sum of 135 Indians were flown back to Delhi from Doha in an unusual circumstances on Sunday.

“Out of the second cluster of Indians who got back home from Doha, 104 individuals came in a Vistara flight, 30 in a Qatar Airways flight and rest 11 returned in an indigo flight”, zee news reported.

India on Sunday brought back 392 individuals and two Afghan MPs in three different flight trips under the departure mission in the midst of war like situation in Afghanistan.

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It has come to light that the Indians who were evacuated to Doha from Kabul were workers of a number of foreign organizations that were working in Afghanistan and they were flown out of Kabul by NATO and American airplane.

The Taliban held onto control of Kabul on August 15. In not more than two days of the Taliban’s catch of Kabul, India evicted 200 individuals, including the Indian agents and different staff members of its embassy in the Afghan capital.

The main departure flight brought back more than 40 individuals, generally staff members at the Indian embassy, on August 16.

The subsequent airplane brought back around 150 individuals including Indian ambassadors, authorities, security faculty and some abandoned Indians from Kabul on August 17.

The Taliban took total control across Afghanistan this month, capturing all its essential towns and provincial capitals including Kabul, in the fall out of the withdrawal of US troops.


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