Indian Air Force C-17 aircraft that took off from Kabul, Afghanistan this morning has landed at Hindon IAF base in Ghaziabad. Along with this, these Indians trapped in Afghanistan breathed a sigh of relief. Let us inform that 168 people including 107 Indian citizens were on board this plane that landed on Hindon.
Significantly, in view of the situation that has worsened after the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan, all the countries are busy in evacuating their citizens from there. India has been given approval to operate two flights daily for the safe return of Indians stranded in Afghanistan.
Government sources said that two Indian aircraft will be allowed to operate from Kabul airport. American and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces have been given the responsibility for the operation and control of Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport since its occupation of Afghanistan on August 15. A total of 25 flights are being operated by them, as they are currently focused on evacuating their civilians, weapons and equipment.
Let us tell you that after 20 years, the Taliban has once again been occupied by Afghanistan. He has also captured the Rashtrapati Bhavan of the country. President Ashraf Ghani handed over power to the Taliban. According to sources, the name of Ali Ahmed Jalali is the frontrunner as the interim head of the new interim government. President Ghani has left the country.