Military planes from India transported 168 individuals from Kabul to safety
On Sunday, military planes from India transported 168 individuals from Kabul to safety. India evacuated 168 individuals on Sunday, including 107 Indians, as part of a nationwide operation. In the midst of a worsening security situation in the Afghan capital, a military aircraft took off from Kabul. Kabul was taken over by the Taliban a week ago. India had already evacuated 200 individuals, including the Indian Ambassador and other members of the embassy’s staff, from Kabul on a C-17 cargo aircraft operated by the Indian Air Force.
OPV and FIPV vaccinations would be provided free of charge to individuals returning from Afghanistan as a preventative measure against wild polio virus, according to Mandaviya’s tweet. In his remarks, he expressed his gratitude to the health staff for their efforts to safeguard public health.