India on Thursday, removed 24 of its citizens and 11 Nepalese in a military aircraft from Kabul. Most of them could not reach the Kabul airport to board the C-17 aircraft of the Indian Air Force. Considering multiple check posts and other restrictions enforced by the Talibans.
“Operation Devi Shakti! @IAF_MC carrier with 24 Indian and 11 Nepalese evacuees boards from Kabul to Delhi.
American troops have been administering the security at the Hamid Karzai international airport in Kabul. 800 people evacuated.
Loads of Afghans crowded around the Kabul airport for durations, in attempting to flee the country fearing the Taliban’s savagery. Several G-7 leaders urged US President Joe Biden to elongate the August 31 deadline for the revival of American troops. 75 people were removed to Delhi from Dushanbe.
On Sunday, India vacated 392 individuals including two Afghan lawmakers in three different flights.The Taliban abducted Kabul on August 15. Recently, India shifted 200 individuals, including the Indian delegates and employees of its Kabul embassy.
The prime evacuation carrier revived over 40 people, mostly employees at the Indian embassy on August 16. The second aircraft removed 150 people including Indian diplomats, officials, security personnel and some trapped Indians from Kabul on August 17.