New Delhi: The Indian government is keeping a close eye on the situation created after the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to inform leaders of all political parties about the government’s stand on the Afghan crisis and the decisions taken so far.
Foreign Minister gave information
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has given this information by tweeting. In his tweet, Jaishankar also wrote that soon Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Patel (Pralhad Joshi) will soon give further information about this.
In view of developments in Afghanistan, PM @narendramodi has instructed that MEA brief Floor Leaders of political parties.
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs @JoshiPralhad will be intimating further details.
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— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) August 23, 2021
India’s campaign continues
After 20 years, the Taliban have again captured Afghanistan. Heartbreaking pictures are coming constantly. Afghanistan shares its border with PoK and it is also a matter of concern for India. In view of the deteriorating security situation in Kabul after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, India has been successful in its efforts to evacuate its citizens from Kabul. Under this, 392 people including 2 Afghan MPs were brought back to the country on Sunday through 3 flights.
India expressed gratitude
Officials aware of the drive to evacuate people from Afghanistan said that in the group of 168 people brought from Kabul, their family including Afghan MPs Anarkali Kaur Honaryar and Narendra Singh Khalsa are also included. At the same time, Afghan MP Khalsa said, ‘This is our second home, even though we are Afghans but people often call us Hindustani. I thank India for extending a helping hand.’