Home News Reports Indian Navy, Air India and MEA bring back smiles to many despondent faces stranded in Yemen

Indian Navy, Air India and MEA bring back smiles to many despondent faces stranded in Yemen

Amidst chaos and violence in Yemen, India is successfully evacuating many people from Yemen. According to the reports, on 3 April 2015, three aircrafts brought back 664 Indians from strife-torn Yemen, of which 334 people landed in Mumbai and 330 landed in Kochi. The Indian nationals primarily included nurses and workers. Most of the evacuees were from Kerala.

Yemen is witnessing internal conflicts between several different groups. The main fight is between the supporters of their exiled President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, and allies of Zaidi Shia known as Houthis. According to the UN, the two weeks of chaos in Yemen has killed many civilians and children. Thousands of people have been wounded over.

India is uninterruptedly putting efforts to bring back Indians stranded in the regions. The rescue operation is led by India’s Minister of State External Affairs, General V K Singh, who also reached Djibouti, Africa to oversee the evacuation operation launched by the government.

- Advertisement - - Article resumes -

Not only that, some foreigners from Asian countries near India were also reportedly evacuated by the Indian Navy on humanitarian grounds.

India is trying many means including diplomatic ones to rescue thousands of nationals who are stranded in the strife-torn Yemen. Indian Navy, General V K Singh, officials from the Ministry of External Affairs and Air India must be commended for their relentless efforts.

Share This Post With Your Friends & Fans:
We need your support to survive in the media industry. Please consider paying us for the content we produce:

To know more about these payments, please click here.


Most read articles recently

‘Mea culpa’: Rajdeep Sardesai finally admits Modi wasn’t responsible for 2002 and that media sensationalised the riots

Responding to a question asking whether Narendra Modi the then Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2002 was anyway responsible for the incident, Rajdeep Sardesai admitted that he personally believed that Modi was not responsible for the riots that followed after Godhra massacre.
Sri Lanka attacks

Sri Lankan millionaire’s family was an ISIS cell: Suicide bombers shatter shameless excuses peddled by ‘liberals’ to justify Islamic terrorism

All over the world, the terrorist attacks by radical Islamists is immediately served with long and extensive excuses about how social ills, discrimination, poverty, hardships, and atrocities lead to terrorism.

Legal complaint filed against photoshop artist day after PM Modi and Akshay Kumar appreciated his work

A day after the PM himself appreciated Krishna's work, a legal complaint has been filed against the photoshop artist.

Netizens play Jagga Jasoos as Arvind Kejriwal resurfaces days after rumours of him beaten up by AAP MLAs went viral

From 'scratch marks' on nose to 'new frame of glasses', Twitterati had a field day on Kejriwal's first public appearance after a long time

Meet the Photoshop artist whose work Akshay Kumar showed to Prime Minister Modi

While mostly people have been appreciative of his artwork, suspended bureaucrat Ashish Joshi has threatened him with police complaint about his cleverly Photoshopped image
If you believe Google trends, this election is a runaway win for Modi

If you believe Google trends, this election is a runaway win for Modi

It’s fairly clear: Congress hasn’t managed to get its message out.  If you ask Google Trends, this election is over. The writing is on the wall. PM Narendra Modi is all set to win

Coward, gutless, visionless, losers: ‘Neutral’ media has a meltdown after Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is not fielded as Congress candidate against PM Modi

The media first put its eggs in the Rahul Gandhi basket, and when that appeared to have holes big enough to fit chickens, they decided to pin their hopes on Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

How a born communist Atishi Marlena, who is today being hailed as a ‘revolutionary’, ruined Delhi’s education system

The left-liberals amaze us now with propping up Atishi Marlena as some sort of youth icon who revolutionised Delhi's education. But, as usual, the left propaganda always turns out to be another myth.

The Prime Minister’s roadshow at Varanasi was a reflection of the liberals’ worst nightmare

On the 25th of April, 2019, the Bharatiya Janata Party organized a roadshow in Varanasi where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the centre of attention.

Propagandist Dhruv Rathee mocks Manohar Parrikar’s death to score political brownie points

Earlier, too, Rathee was caught speaking the same language as that of Pulwama attack terrorist by mocking 'cow urine drinkers'

Latest articles

Connect with us

157,715FansLike
130,921FollowersFollow
55,639SubscribersSubscribe

Don't miss these

Share This Post With Your Friends & Fans: