3 Indians Rescued In Afghanistan From Area Not Under Control Of Afghan Forces
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3 Indians Rescued In Afghanistan From Area Not Under Control Of Afghan Forces

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August 13, 2021

Three Indian engineers, who worked at a project site in an area not under the control of Afghan government forces, were rescued by air recently, according to the Indian embassy in Kabul on Thursday. The embassy cited the rescue of the engineers in fresh security advisory while calling upon all Indians in Afghanistan to strictly adhere to the measures advised by it in view of a spike in violence in that country.


New Delhi, 13 August 2021

As per news report of NDTV, "A recent case that required emergency air rescue of three Indian engineers who remained at a dam project site, in an area not under the control of government forces, has brought to light that Indian nationals receiving this embassy's advisories are not heeding its advice and continue to put themselves in mortal danger," the embassy said in a fresh advisory. It is learnt that the engineers were working in an area that has been under the control of the Taliban. "Embassy of India Kabul once again underscores the need for all Indian nationals to fully adhere to steps in the security advisories provided from time to time," the advisory said. The embassy had issued separate security advisories on June 29, July 24 and August 10, recommending a series of measures to ensure the safety and security of the Indians living in that country.

Source -NDTV

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