Sudan Crisis: Indian citizens trapped in the civil war in Sudan are being continuously evacuated under Operation Kaveri. In the 14th batch of Indians, 288 civilians were successfully rescued on Saturday (April 29) from the Indian Navy’s ship INS Teg. All these people will reach Jeddah under Operation Kaveri being run with the help of the Indian Army.
Giving information about this, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted. He wrote that the 14th batch of Indian citizens have left Sudan under Operation Kaveri. INS Teg has left for Jeddah with 288 people on board.
Civil war not stopping in Sudan
Earlier, 300 Indian citizens were also evacuated from INS Sumedha stationed in Sudan itself. According to the news agency ANI, so far 2400 Indian citizens have been evacuated from Sudan trapped in civil war. In Sudan, bloodshed has reached its peak due to the war between the army and paramilitary forces.
Indian citizens reposed faith in the rescue mission
Government of India is trying to evacuate 3000 citizens trapped in Sudan through Operation Kaveri. Under Operation Kaveri, 365 Indian citizens returned to their homeland on Saturday evening. Giving information about this, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar tweeted that under Operation Kaveri, more Indians have returned to their homeland. 365 citizens have reached Delhi today itself.
A batch of 231 Indian nationals stranded in Sudan reached Delhi on Saturday morning as well. During this, on returning to the country, the citizens raised slogans like Bharat Mata Ki Jai and Vande Mataram. These people also appreciated the efforts being made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar. People are being rescued continuously under Operation Kaveri. A group of Indian citizens is returning to their homeland almost daily.
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