Afghans To Indians Who Returned On Kabul-Delhi Flight


'Where Will We Go? This Is Our Motherland': Afghans To Indians Who Returned On Kabul-Delhi Flight

Sohini Sarkar, one of many 129 passengers who returned on the Kabul-Delhi flight on Sunday night

New Delhi:

A complete of 129 passengers who have been onboard the Kabul-Delhi Air India flight arrived on Sunday night. The flight took off from Kabul across the similar time that the Taliban terrorists entered Afghanistan’s capital. The passengers included Indian residents, Afghanistan residents and members of the Afghanistan parliament.

One of the returnees, Abhishek mentioned, “The locals are very scared about their future. When we were coming back to India they said to us, “You are going. Where will we go? This is our motherland.” Abhishek said that he had gone from Delhi to Kabul with a few colleagues as part of his work in a solar panel company. There were only 20 passengers on his Delhi-Kabul flight a week ago but when he returned on Sunday, the flight was full. He added, “There was heavy site visitors on the best way to the airport. I walked for two.5 km to achieve the airport. I didn’t see any Taliban males however we did hear on the airport that the Taliban was capturing all the things. I’m glad I got here again safely.”

Sohini Sarkar, another Indian who returned on the flight said, “People have been speeding to the airport and all flights have been bought out. My relations reside within the USA and India and so they have been very involved about my security.” Ms Sarkar had been living in Kabul for the last few months as she works in an NGO which is associated with USAID (The United States Agency for International Development). She said, “Women in Afghanistan have been very involved.”

“Because in the previous few years they’ve made lots of progress in freedom, schooling and their way of life. I do not know what is going to occur within the days to return. Very few individuals may be capable of get out.”

Afghan members of Parliament who returned included Sayed Hassan Paktiawal and Abdul Qader Zazai.

Mr Paktiawal told India07, “I do not know the place Mr Ghani (Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani) is. He could be at some airport. We got here to Delhi as a result of we may have a gathering right here.” On being asked why there was no resistance from the Afghanistan government and military when Taliban terrorists entered Kabul, Mr Paktiawal said, “It is a giant recreation. Ask the Americans.” On the issue of fears about the condition of the women of Afghanistan who are still left back there, Mr Paktiawal said, “We must wait.”

Abdul Qader Zazai said, “Till 3 pm in the present day I used to be an MP however now I’m an ex-MP. The circumstances in the present day turned very dangerous. A joint authorities could be shaped. India is my 2nd house. I’m an ex-Businessman and I’ve had good enterprise with India.” On President Ghani’s whereabouts, he said, “He and his crew flew to Dubai.”

On the future of Afghan women, Mr Zazai said, “The Taliban spokesperson has mentioned they won’t trigger issues to girls and can hold issues the best way they’ve been for final 20 years.”

Sabeq Isa, an Afghan citizen who returned said that he had come to Delhi with his wife and daughter-in-law. Isa was born and brought up in Kabul but later moved to Germany where he had been living with his wife for the last several years. His daughter-in-law however was in Kabul and the couple had been living in Kabul for the last two months. He said, “We will reside at a lodge in Delhi for the following few months. We will return to Kabul provided that the state of affairs will get higher however that appears unlikely. My daughter-in-law has an interview on the German embassy so in all chance we’ll all go to Germany from right here.” Mr Isa added that a number of of his kin have been nonetheless in Afghanistan and he would pray for them.


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