Everywhere in Afghanistan, only gunshots and bomb blasts are heard. Talibanis cannot be trusted. We were living there under the shadow of fear. People who reached Delhi from Afghanistan said these things. On Sunday, more than 200 people from Afghanistan reached Delhi by different flights.
People said that India is safe for us like heaven. People are in panic after the coup in Afghanistan. People have taken their money out of banks and kept it with them. A large number of people are staying in hotels and homes around the airport to return to their homeland.
Deepen Sherpa says, Couldn’t sleep well for a week. Was constantly in touch with the people of the Indian Embassy. I am very happy to come to my homeland. Shakib told that foreigners are slowly leaving Afghanistan from there. It will take a long time for the situation to return to normal there. People are hiding in homes. Only Taliban men with their vehicles and weapons are seen on the streets.
Polio vaccine installed at airport
Polio is still prevalent in many provinces of Afghanistan. In view of this, all the passengers who reached Delhi were also given a dose of polio. Free Polio OPV and FIPV Vaccines were administered at Delhi Airport. According to the airport administration, polio medicine has been given as a precautionary measure due to the wild polio virus. Apart from this, Corona RTPCR test of all the people has been done.
194 Indians were brought home by two planes
India is evacuating its citizens from Afghanistan in view of the deteriorating security situation in Kabul after the Taliban occupation. On Sunday, 267 people, including 194 Indians, were brought to India through two different planes. So far, around 400 people, including 329 Indians and two Afghan MPs, have been brought back to the country after the Taliban took over Afghanistan.
Afghan MPs also came to India
A total of 168 people, including 107 Indians and 23 Afghan Sikhs and Hindus, were brought to Delhi from Kabul on Sunday by the Indian Air Force’s C-17 military transport aircraft. The aircraft landed at Hindon Air Force Station on Sunday morning. Another group of 87 Indians and two Nepalese nationals were brought back by a special Air India flight from Dushanbe, officials said. A day before this, he was taken to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, by an Indian Air Force aircraft. Afghan MPs Anarkali Honnarayar and Narendra Singh Khalsa and their families are also included in the group of 168 people brought from Kabul, officials said.
Meanwhile, a group of 135 people who were taken from Kabul to Doha in the last few days by US and NATO aircraft were brought from Doha to Delhi by a special aircraft. India has coordinated with the US, Qatar, Tajikistan and many other friendly countries to carry out evacuation operations from Afghanistan.