Three non-public flights — Air India, Vistara, and IndiGo carrying Indian nationals from Kabul landed on the Indira Gandhi Worldwide (IGI) Airport Terminal 3 on Sunday Morning. Over 200 Indian nationals arrived residence safely.
Sukhwinder Singh who works within the US embassy in Kabul says chaos like scenario prevails in Kabul’s streets and all are in a rush to depart Afghanistan.
He mentioned he was evacuated on the evening of August 14 with the intervention of an Indian Embassy official when the scenario began worsening. He mentioned he had been residing in Doha since then. “Most people trapped there have been evacuated,” he added.
He mentioned he was within the helicopter whose video went viral wherein individuals will be seen cheering as they’re being evacuated to return residence.
Sukhwinder Singh, who hails from Punjab, informed IANS that after the Taliban captured energy in Kabul, Afghanistan took a harmful flip. “A number of occasions it appeared that I’d not have the ability to return residence. There was no hope left,” he mentioned.
On being requested if he would return to Kabul once more for work, he mentioned it can depend upon how Afghanistan’s relations with the Indian authorities stay.
Praveen Singh who works within the UAE embassy in Kabul mentioned that he would by no means consider going again because the painful and life-threatening expertise he underwent there’s horrifying.
Kamal Chakravarti who labored in a non-public firm in Kabul and returned residence on Sunday, mentioned, “I’m joyful that I’ve returned residence safely however at any time when I consider the scenario there I simply shudder on the very considered it”.
He mentioned Afghans are very useful to Indians in Kabul. That is the time the Indian authorities must also do one thing for them.
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