• Over 100 Afghan citizens stranded in India leave for Kabul

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    Over 100 Afghan citizens stranded in India leave for Kabul

    New Delhi: On Saturday, more than 100 Afghan citizens stranded in India boarded flights for Kabul. They boarded the Mahan Airlines flight of Iran for the same. This has been informed to the media by the President of the Indian World Forum, Puneet Singh Chandhok.

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    On the occasion, Chandhok also stated that the Government of India should also take the necessary steps to evacuate the Hindus and Sikhs stranded in Afghanistan at the earliest possible before they are targeted by the new Taliban regime. Further, Chandhok also requested the government to issue Visas to the stranded Hindus and Sikhs in Afghanistan.

    He also referred to the vandalism that took place in a gurdwara in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul by suspected Taliban troops.