In a continued effort to ensure the safe return of Indian nationals from the conflict-ridden region of Israel, a second special flight arrived at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi early on Saturday. The flight, which was organized as part of ‘Operation Ajay,’ successfully transported 235 Indian nationals back to their homeland, including two infants.
This marks a significant step in the ongoing efforts to repatriate Indian citizens caught in the crossfire of the Israel-Hamas war. The first charter flight, carrying 212 Indian nationals, had arrived at the Delhi airport on October 13, demonstrating the government’s commitment to the welfare and safety of its citizens overseas.
‘Operation Ajay,’ initiated by the Indian government, aims to evacuate Indian nationals from conflict zones worldwide, ensuring their safe return home. With the safe arrival of the second batch of evacuees, the government continues to provide vital assistance and support to those affected by the ongoing conflict.
The return of these Indian nationals serves as a testament to the government’s dedication to the safety and well-being of its citizens abroad. The evacuation operation remains ongoing, with the government working diligently to bring home all Indians affected by the Israel-Hamas conflict.