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About 220 Indians stranded outside Kabul airport for hours, IAF reached at airport

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Kabul: About 220 Indians are present outside the airport in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, who are waiting to enter. Indian Airforce’s C17 aircraft has reached Kabul to evacuate Indians. All Indian citizens are waiting for the last six hours. As the wait is increasing, the danger is also increasing, because a large number of Taliban are present outside Kabul International Airport. Meanwhile, a C130 Hercules has taken off with 90 Indians. These Indians were brought to the airport by British soldiers last night.

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US Troops stopped outside

All Indians have reached Kabul International Airport by boarding buses, but have not yet allowed them to enter inside. American soldiers have asked the buses of Indians to stop outside the airport. Indian citizens have been waiting there for the last six hours. He has demanded to enter at the earliest, citing security.

Airlift done before

India is running a special operation to safely evacuate its citizens trapped in Afghanistan. Some civilians have already been airlifted from Kabul. Airforce’s C17 aircraft has reached Kabul to pick up other Indians. However, the aircraft has been standing on the runway for a long time, as Indians are currently not allowed to enter the airport.

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