Up to 78 people, including 25 Indian nationals, have been taken to New Delhi on Tuesday on a special Air India flight from Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The day before, they had traveled to Dushanbe from Taliban-controlled Kabul on an Indian Air Force (IAF) plane. “Helping in the safe return from Afghanistan. AI 1956 enroute to Delhi from Dushanbe carrying 78 passengers, including 25 Indian nationals. Evacuees were flown in from Kabul on an @IAF_MCC aircraft," Arindam Bagchi,
The ministry of external affairs (MEA) spokesperson, tweeted.Bagchi also posted a short clip of passengers on the flight shouting Sikh slogans such as Waheguru Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ki Fateh.India is determined to drive more people out of Kabul, including its nationals and dozens of Afghan Sikhs and Hindus.
The erosion of the situation in war-torn Afghanistan freed 75 Sikhs on Indian permits on Monday. On Sunday India vacated nearly 540 people, including 475 nationals, on various flights from Kabul, Dushanbe and Doha. Approximately 200 people - including diplomats, officials and security forces stationed at the Indian embassy, as well as Indian citizens - were airlifted from Kabul within two days of the capture of Kabul by the Taliban.President of the Indian World Forum, Puneet Singh Chandhok said nearly 200 more Afghan Sikhs and Hindus are still deserted in Afghanistan. “These people have taken shelter at the Karte Parwan Gurdwara in Kabul, which is close to the airport,” he told
Sources:- Hindustan Times
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