Below ‘Operation Ajay’, the fourth flight with 274 Indians onboard departed from Israel for India within the early hours of Sunday, Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar mentioned.
Taking to social media platform X, Jaishankar mentioned that it was the second flight in a day to depart from Israel for India.
“#OperationAjay 2nd flight of the day departs from Tel Aviv carrying 274 passengers,” Jaishankar posted on X.
‘Operation Ajay’ was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to convey again round 18,000 Indians in Israel. Registration of Indians started on Thursday.
It has been greater than every week after the assault that noticed greater than 1,300 Israelis killed, most of them civilians, as waves of Hamas terrorists breached the border. Over 1,000 Palestinians had been additionally killed on account of retaliatory strikes from Israel.
The Indian embassy in Israel is offering help to Indian corporations and has arrange a helpline for Indian residents in want of help. The MEA had arrange a 24-hour management room in view of the escalating battle. The management room will assist monitor the scenario and supply info and help.
Earlier in the present day, the third flight carrying 197 Indian nationals from Israel underneath ‘Operation Ajay’ arrived within the nationwide capital right here.
Union Minister Kaushal Kishore acquired the Indian nationals evacuated from Israel on the Delhi airport.
“I thank and congratulate PM Modi, the Ministry of External Affairs…PM Modi is dedicated to the citizens of the country and Indian citizens are being brought here safely from Israel. They are happy after returning to their country,” the Minister mentioned.
The flight departed from Tel Aviv to Delhi yesterday. Taking to X, the Indian Embassy in Israel mentioned, “The third flight of #OperationAjay has departed from Tel Aviv to Delhi. Embassy wishes everyone on board a safe journey.”
A second flight carrying 235 Indian nationals from Tel Aviv in Israel, landed at Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport in New Delhi on Saturday morning, whereas the primary flight carrying 212 Indian passengers landed in Delhi on Friday.
Those that had been evacuated after being stranded in Israel thanked the Indian authorities for bringing them again. The passengers had been primarily those that had been staying and dealing in Israel. They applauded the federal government of India for the initiative and thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi.