India has been permitted to run two flights for every working day from Kabul to evacuate its nationals stranded in Afghanistan, federal government sources advised ANI.
The permission has been granted by the American and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces which have been controlling operations of the Hamid Karzai Intercontinental Airport after the Afghan funds fell to the Taliban on August 15.
Two Indian aircraft would be permitted to run from the Kabul airport which is under the regulate of American protection forces, federal government sources advised ANI.
A total of twenty five flights are becoming operated by them as they, at current, concentrating on evacuating their citizens, weaponry and gear.
A lot more than three hundred Indian nationals have to be taken out of Kabul which is now under the Taliban’s regulate. India is airlifting its citizens via Dushanbe in Tajikistan and Qatar.
A flight of Air India is expected to land in India shortly with close to 90 travellers. The Indian travellers have been seemingly taken out from Kabul in a C130J aircraft.
The very first aircraft of India was permitted to run from Kabul after National Safety Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval interacted with his US counterpart Jake Sullivan to facilitate the movement of Indian officers within the American protection zone at the airport.
The Indian Air Pressure has presently evacuated close to 180 travellers such as its ambassador to Afghanistan and all other diplomats.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Safety (CCS) and instructed all worried officers to undertake all essential measures to be certain the secure evacuation of Indian nationals from Afghanistan in the coming times.
Meanwhile, the MEA has mentioned the federal government is committed to the secure return of all Indian nationals from Afghanistan. The MEA mentioned that the key obstacle for travel to and from Afghanistan is the operational position of the Kabul airport.
Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday and took regulate of the presidential palace. The Indian federal government has been closely monitoring all developments in Afghanistan.
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