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Fourth Flight Under ‘Operation Ajay’ Departs from Israel, Evacuating 274 Indians

In a continued effort under ‘Operation Ajay’, the fourth flight carrying 274 Indian nationals departed from Israel for India early Sunday morning, as announced by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. This marks the second flight of the day from Israel to India under the operation.

‘Operation Ajay’, a mission launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, aims to repatriate approximately 18,000 Indians stranded in Israel due to the ongoing conflict. Registration for the operation commenced on Thursday.

As the situation in Israel remains tense following the recent attacks, the Indian embassy is actively assisting Indian citizens and has established a dedicated helpline for those in need of assistance. Additionally, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has set up a 24-hour control room to closely monitor the evolving situation and provide timely information and support.

Earlier on Sunday, the third flight under ‘Operation Ajay’ safely arrived in New Delhi, carrying 197 Indian nationals who were evacuated from Israel. Union Minister Kaushal Kishore was present at the Delhi airport to welcome the returning citizens.

Expressing gratitude, Minister Kishore commended the efforts of PM Modi and the Ministry of External Affairs, emphasizing the government’s unwavering commitment to the safety and well-being of Indian citizens.

Since the initiation of ‘Operation Ajay’, multiple flights have successfully brought back stranded Indians from Israel, and the returning passengers have expressed their heartfelt thanks to the Indian government for the repatriation efforts. They particularly appreciated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dedicated commitment to their well-being and safe return home.

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