Operation Ajay: First flight carrying 212 Indian nationals from Tel Aviv touches down New Delhi

New Delhi: Amidst ongoing India-Palestine conflict, India has successfully repatriated first batch of Indian nationals from war hit Israel and Palestine. Earlier today in the morning, the first flight carrying 212 Indian national touched down New Delhi. Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekhar received the Indian citizens who were stranded in Isarel. As per reports, the citizens were chosen on the basis of first come first serve and the union government is bearing the expense to bring back Indian nationals under operation Ajay.

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekhar received the Indian nationals on Airport. He said, “Our Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is determined to protect every Indian and bring them safely here. Our government will never leave any Indian behind.”

Lauding the efforts of Indian Government, one of the passengers said “The situation was very bad over there… EAM Minister Dr S Jaishankar and his team, especially the Embassy in Tel Aviv did a tremendous job. And we’re really very grateful to the Government in India.”

Another passenger while sharing his experience said that the process established by Indian embassy for repatriation is very easy and the operation is excellent.

Ministry of External Affairs took to X and  welcomed 212 Indian Citizens who have been brought back to India under Operation Ajay.



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