India is playing friendship even in crisis, along with 24 Indians, 11 Nepalis are also being brought from Kabul


Since the capture of Taliban in Afghanistan, citizens of many countries including India are trying to leave Kabul. India is also running Operation Devi Shakti to evacuate its citizens from there. However, India is also helping in the evacuation of citizens of other countries, not only in this crisis situation. On Thursday too, an Indian Air Force aircraft carrying 24 Indians and 11 Nepalese nationals has left for Delhi from Kabul.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi gave this information by tweeting. Last week, the campaign to bring back civilians from Kabul was named ‘Operation Devi Shakti’.

According to some reports, the name of the campaign Devi Shakti has been chosen because this rescue is an attempt to save innocent and innocent people from violence. It is just as ‘Maa Durga’ saves the innocent from the demons. It may also be noted here that PM Narendra Modi is a devotee of Goddess Durga and he observes fast during Navratri days.


Earlier, the Ministry of External Affairs had appealed to all Indians living in Afghanistan to immediately contact the Special Afghanistan Cell if they need any help in the war-torn country.

So far, about 626 people have been brought to India from Kabul, including Indian citizens as well as Afghans and Nepalese. Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Tuesday that so far a total of 626 people have been brought from Kabul, of which 228 are Indian nationals and 77 Afghani Sikhs.

Let us tell you that since the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan on August 15, the citizens of Afghanistan have wanted to flee the country. The situation in Afghanistan is getting worse day by day.


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