The first batch of 135 Indians, who were evacuated from Afghanistan's capital to Qatar's Doha over the past few days, will be extradited to India today, the Indian Embassy in Qatar said on Sunday.
Concurrently, roughly about 150 Indians had managed to set foot on the Kabul airport will be evacuated on Sunday and military aircraft could not arrive on Saturday.
India has parked C-17 transporters at the Tajikistan's Ayni Air Base for evacuations. The Kabul airport which is under the jurisdiction who will give the clearance for flights.
A fleet of vehicles carrying Indians as well as Afghanistan's Sikhs and Hindus were set back by the Taliban militants after midnight as they headed towards the airport.
There were several tough moments for the Indian officials as the Kabul’s security is largely under the dominance of the Haqqani network which is considered a “veritable arm of the ISI”.
The absence of a government in Afghanistan's capital led to havoc at the airport. The Americans control one entry to the airport and the Taliban militants at the other and the Taliban checkpoints set back outsiders.