The names of 110 Uttarakhand natives caught in Afghanistan have been despatched to the Ministry of External Affairs by the state authorities, official sources right here mentioned on Friday.
On Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami’s course the administration has despatched an inventory of 110 names to the MEA on the premise of data accessible with it thus far, they mentioned.
The checklist has been despatched with a request that any details about them also needs to be shared with the state authorities, the sources mentioned.
The households of Uttarakhand natives stranded in Afghanistan because the Taliban takeover are frightened and have been requesting the state authorities to facilitate their secure return.
The chief minister has already spoken to National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the MEA, urging them to take all steps crucial for his or her secure return.
The state authorities has additionally requested folks, whose kin are caught in Afghanistan, to furnish the district administration with all related details about them like their names, passport particulars and so forth in order that they are often handed on to the Centre for additional motion.
The data will also be offered to the district administration on helpline no 112, an order issued by Additional Chief Secretary Anand Bardhan mentioned.
The state authorities is making all efforts with assist from the Centre to make sure secure return of the folks from Uttarakhand stranded in Afghanistan, Mr Dhami mentioned.
“We are in constant touch with the Centre. All steps are being taken to ensure that each Indian stranded in Afghanistan returns home safely,” the chief minister mentioned.
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