India allowed to operate two flights daily to evacuate citizens from Kabul

Two Indian aircraft would be permitted to operate from the Kabul airport

India has been allowed to operate two flights per day from Kabul to evacuate its nationals stranded in Afghanistan, reports said.

 

The permission has been granted by the American and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces which have been controlling operations of the Hamid Karzai International Airport after the Afghan capital fell to the Taliban on August 15.

 

Two Indian aircraft would be permitted to operate from the Kabul airport which is under the control of American security forces.

 

A total of 25 flights are being operated by them as they, at present, focusing on evacuating their citizens, weaponry and equipment.

 

More than 300 Indian nationals have to be taken out of Kabul which is now under the Taliban's control. India is airlifting its citizens through Dushanbe in Tajikistan and Qatar.

 

A flight of Air India is expected to land in India shortly with around 90 passengers. The Indian passengers were apparently taken out from Kabul in a C130J aircraft.

 

More than 300 Indian nationals have to be taken out of Kabul which is now under the Taliban's control. India is airlifting its citizens through Dushanbe in Tajikistan and Qatar.

India Scanner News Network

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