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C-17 Globemaster airlifts 168 indians from Afghanistan, arrives at Hindon Airbase

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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C-17 Globemaster airlifts 168 indians from Afghanistan, arrives at Hindon Airbase

Ghaziabad: There has been an uproar in Afghanistan since the occupation of the terrorist organization Taliban. Meanwhile, citizens of Afghanistan, including people from other countries present there, are also trying to go out of the country. During this, the Government of India is engaged in the safe return of all Indians from Afghanistan. Today (Sunday) the C-17 Globemaster of the Indian Air Force reached Hindon Airbase in Ghaziabad by airlifting 168 people.

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107 Indians return home safely

Let us tell you that out of 168 people who returned from Afghanistan, 107 people are Indians. The remaining 61 people also include Afghan citizens. The people trapped in Kabul breathed a sigh of relief after reaching India. During this many people could not stop their tears and started crying.

Afghan MPs wept after reaching India

Afghan MP Narendra Singh Khalsa, who returned from Kabul, wept after reaching India. He said that my tears are not stopping. All that was built in Kabul in the last 20 years is over. Everything is zero there.

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passengers will have corona test

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It is worth noting that in view of the corona virus infection, all the passengers coming from Afghanistan will be first tested for RT-PCR and later they will be allowed to leave.

Apart from this, 89 passengers from Air India flight reached Indira Gandhi International Airport at 5:40 am this morning. In which 87 are Indian citizens and 2 are from Nepal.

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