The Indians are being brought back by Operation Ganga, which is being run by the central government. On Tuesday, a plane carrying 218 Indians from Romania arrived in Delhi under this arrangement.
Operation Ganga is being run by the Indian government to bring back Indians who have been stranded in Ukraine. On Tuesday, a plane carrying 218 Indians from Romania arrived in Delhi under this arrangement. Apart from that, a plane has arrived in Delhi from Budapest, Hungary’s capital. 216 Indians have been returned as a result of this. Mansukh Mandaviya, a Union Minister, greeted Indians at the Delhi Airport. He assured that the government is doing everything possible to repatriate all Indians detained in Ukraine.
Let us inform you that the government is conducting Operation Ganga to repatriate Indians who have been stranded in Ukraine. It began on February 26th. More than 2,000 Indians have been returned so far as a result of this campaign. A plane carrying 240 Indians from Budapest arrived in Delhi the day before.
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Meanwhile, the government has decided to join Operation Ganga with the Air Force. The Air Force has also received orders from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. From today until Tuesday, Air Force C-17 aircraft will transport Indians back to their homeland.
The war between Russia and Ukraine is now in its sixth day. The war began on February 24th. On Monday, a delegation from Russia and Ukraine met on the Belarusian border for talks. The discussions, however, came to a halt.
The responsibility was divided among four central ministers.
The government has decided to dispatch four central ministers to Ukraine’s neighbours. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju, VK Singh, and Hardeep Singh Puri, all Union ministers, have been tasked with assisting Indians. Jyotiraditya Scindia is visiting Romania and Moldova, Kiren Rijiju is visiting Slovakia, Hardeep Singh Puri is visiting Hungary, and Gen (R) VK Singh is visiting Poland.