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Sikhs expressed gratitude towards the government of India

Afghan Sikhs who arrived in India expressed gratitude towards the government of India for their protected evacuation from Afghanistan. The Indian

Afghan Sikhs who arrived in India expressed gratitude towards the government of India for their protected evacuation from Afghanistan. The Indian government is working day and night to clear its resident from Afghanistan after the Taliban assumed responsibility for the nation and furthermore chalk out an arrangement to continue after destructive bomb impacts outside Kabul air terminal upset the departure interaction.

To facilitate the cycle, India opened the window of E-visas for the residency of a half year for Afghan nationals.

Up until now, India has transported 565 individuals from Afghanistan including residents and government office work force. As per an authority in the Service Of Outside Issues (MEA), many Afghans including Afghan Sikhs and Hindus have additionally been cleared.

As of late, Afghan Sikhs who arrived at Ludhiana in Punjab expressed gratitude toward the Indian government for their protected clearing from war-torn Afghanistan. They additionally opened up about trials they looked in Afghanistan.

One of them, Gurdit Singh used to run a staple shop in Kabul and is family has been living in Afghanistan for a very long time. They are among the Sikh families that have been brought to India from Afghanistan.

Addressing ANI, Singh said, “The circumstance is extremely basic get-togethers Taliban control of Afghanistan. There is open terminating in each road and path. There is a frenzy among individuals. Be it Hindu, Sikh or Muslim, everybody needs to leave Afghanistan. Individuals are holding up with their kids outside the air terminal to leave Afghanistan.”

“Individuals were in trouble even 21 years prior during the Taliban system in Afghanistan. Be that as it may, this time, individuals need to leave the country. There is such a lot of hurry to the air terminal that 30 minutes drive is requiring 18 hours,” he said.

“We chose to pass on everything and come to India. There could be no greater country on the planet than India where individuals of all religions reside in harmony and amicability. We are appreciative to the Public authority of India,” he added.

He said that more than 100 Sikhs and Hindus are as yet abandoned in a gurdwara in Kabul. “We demand the Public authority to carry them to India quickly so that their lives can be saved,” he encouraged.

India is additionally standing firm on conversations on the foothold of Afghans who are now here for wellbeing exams and studies, and so forth before the Taliban held onto power in Kabul.

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