Mission Sankat Mochan: 156 Indians brought back from South Sudan


Ahmedabad: South Sudan is a northeastern country in Africa that split from Sudan in 2011. On Friday approximately 156 Indians were withdraw safely from South Sudan's capital Juba where an internecine fight has been intenseing flanked by two heavily-armed groups. One of the marooned Gujaratis, Ketan Tanna, a resident of Ahmedabad, inveterate the expansion. Ketan Tanna further conveyed that, "on Thursday they were securely abandon by the Indian administration and came back to India." Tanna and 11 others had taken protection at his place of work in Rock City area of Juba for around a week. One of his relatives had required help from minister for external affairs Sushma Swaraj, demanding to rescue Tanna and others from the violence-hit nation. As soon as a ceasefire was announced, Indian government launched 'Mission Sankat Mochan' to evacuate the stranded Indians, and sent two airplanes to ferry them flipside to India.

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Tanna had previous conveyed that survival was flattering more and more hard in South Sudan as serious combating sustained unabated. The fight had erupted previous week flanked by two troops loyal to president Salva Kiir and vice-president Riek Machar. This was subsequent to reports on social media optional that Machar had been detained at the presidential palace. Tanna also further conveyed that, I had gone my aged mother in Ahmedabad and gone to work in the Rock City area in Juba a month before. I believed that the situation would return to normal, but it worsened in its place. Tanna was operational as plant director in a water-packaging factory. His mother lives near Drive-in Road of Ahmedabad. On Thursday morning at Delhi Airport State Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja received 156 Indians.

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