Gandhinagar, Wednesday: The ongoing internal war between the paramilitary forces and the army in Sudan has left many people from different countries stranded living there. Operation “Kaveri” has been launched by the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India to evacuate the Indian citizens left stranded due to the internal war in Sudan.
Under the guidance of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel, the state government is making tireless efforts along with with the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India to bring back the Gujarati’s stranded in Sudan.
Under the direction of Chief Minister, the state government communicated with the Gujaratis trapped in Sudan through email and telephone and informed them about the 24×7 helpline operating under Operation “Kaveri” launched by Government of India.
Minister of State for Home and Non-Resident Gujarati Division Shri Harsh Sanghvi is in constant touch with the office of the Resident Commissioner of Gujarat in Delhi and the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India.
As a result of this action taken by the state government, as many as 38 people from Gujarat will be brought to Delhi and Mumbai through special evacuation flights from Jeddah.
Apart from this, the state government is coordinating and communicating with the concerned central ministries to evacuate more Gujarati’s to Delhi and Mumbai through upcoming special evacuation flights. Also, The state government will carry out the task of bringing back all the Gujarati’s who have returned to India from Delhi and Mumbai to Gujarat. The state government is determined to help the Indian government to return the Gujarati’s stranded in Sudan to their homeland. The state government is determined to help the Indian government to evacuate the Gujarati’s and bring them back to their motherland who have been left stranded in Sudan.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat