First Batch Of Indians Fly Back Safely From Israel
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – Amid the ongoing war in Israel, at least 212 Indian citizens arrived in the national capital from the first flight under ‘Operation Ajay‘.
The first flight was greeted by Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar at the airport.
The Minister also interacted with the students who returned from Tel Aviv to Delhi.
Addressing a flurry of questions on the Israel-Palestine conflict, which escalated last week after the Hamas group launched rocket attacks on Tel Aviv, Ministry of
External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said “Our focus is to bring back Indians who want to come out of Israel. There are 18,000 Indians there, including students,” he said, informing that the government has launched ‘Operation Ajay’ to bring back Indian citizens from war-torn Israel.