'Operation Ajay' started to bring Indians stranded in Israel
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New Delhi. Many foreign citizens have died in Israel since the war started, while all the countries are trying to save their citizens. Ever since the war broke out between Israel and Hamas, the concern of the Indians living there has also increased. As the first response to this development, the Government of India has launched 'Operation Ajay'. Through this, Indian citizens stranded in Israel will be brought back home. The government has also made a control room which remains active for 24 hours. The situation is being closely monitored. There are currently about 18,000 Indians living in Israel.
Foreign Minister Jaishankar posted on social media 'X' that we are starting 'Operation Ajay' for the return of our citizens who want to return from Israel. However, Jaishankar is currently on a visit to Sri Lanka. He said special charter flights and other arrangements were being made. The Indian Embassy in Israel, soon after Jaishankar's announcement, said it had sent an e-mail to the first batch of Indians who registered for the special flight on Thursday. Messages will be sent to other registered people for further flights.
It is noteworthy that a few days ago, during a phone conversation with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, PM Modi had expressed concern over the safety of Indians stranded there. So far, about 3000 people have died in this war and thousands have been injured.
(Report. Shashwat Tiwari)
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