New Delhi: After the Taliban capture in Afghanistan, every country is engaged in expelling its citizens from the Afghan country. India is also continuously bringing back Indian citizens by Air Force planes. Meanwhile, the Indian government has now given permission to operate two flights daily for the safe return of stranded Indians in Afghanistan.
Afghan government sources told ANI that India has been given permission to operate two flights daily from Kabul to evacuate its citizens stranded in Afghanistan.
It is noteworthy that after the capture of Kabul in Afghanistan by the Taliban on August 15, Hamid Karzai International Airport (Kabul Airport) is being operated by the American and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and India has been given the responsibility of the same organization. Permission has been given to operate two flights every day from Kabul. At present, Kabul airport is completely under the control of US security forces. A total of 25 flights are currently being operated from Kabul by NATO forces.
Air India plane will arrive with 90 passengers
So far, about 300 civilians have been brought back from Kabul. India is currently airlifting its citizens through Tajikistan and Qatar. Let us tell you that India is bringing back Indians from Kabul by C130J aircraft. If sources are to be believed, soon an Air India flight is going to reach India with about 90 passengers.
Ajit Doval talks to US counterpart
National Security Advisor NSA Ajit Doval held talks with his American counterpart Jake Sullivan to make the movement of Indian officials at Kabul airport under the control of American security personnel safe, after which India’s first aircraft was allowed to operate from Kabul. . The Indian Air Force has already evacuated around 180 passengers including its ambassador to Afghanistan and all other diplomats.
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