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Operation Kaveri: Government evacuates 360 Indian nationals from Sudan, operations underway

Rescue operations underway to rescue Indian nationals

The work of rescuing Indian citizens trapped in Sudan’s violent clashes and tension is going on. ‘Operation Kaveri’ has been started by the Government of India to rescue the citizens trapped there. 360 Indian nationals have been rescued under this operation. The first flight from Jeddah carrying all passengers landed in Delhi on Wednesday evening.

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What would have been the feelings of Indian citizens after landing at Delhi airport cannot be described in words. People expressed their love for the country by chanting slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’, ‘Indian Army Zindabad’.

People expressed happiness

According to media reports, according to the information received, people have told that the situation is quite frightening. People have thanked the Government of India, the Embassy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for this.

The Government of India is trying its best to evacuate its people from there. Those evacuated from Sudan were first brought to Jeddah in Saudi and then brought to Delhi.

During the 72-hour ceasefire that the two warring factions in Sudan have agreed to, nations have been evacuating their citizens. As part of Operation Kaveri, India was one of the countries that recently evacuated its citizens. The Air Force recently assisted in the rescue of about 250 Indians who were stranded in Sudan due to conflict. More than 250 people were taken out of Port Sudan by two IAF C-130 J planes. 135 more Indians who had become lost in Sudan were rescued on Wednesday.

The Indian refugees from the unrest in Sudan also had a tale to tell. They discussed their encounter and claimed that the fighting had gotten so bad that it had become difficult to obtain food on a daily basis.


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