Today two C-17 sphere master aircraft left for Juba to withdraw 600 Indians from war-torn South Sudan. The Operation named Sankat Mochan. Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh is foremost the procedure SankatMochan. South Sudan has been astounded by aggression that has assert hundreds of people. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj conveyed that, they are introduction OP SankatMochan to vacate Indian nationals from South Sudan. Her associate VK Singh is handling this process. She further conveyed that, Mr. Singh will be escorted by Amar Sinha, Secretary Economic Relations in the External Affairs Ministry, Joint Secretary Satbir Singh and Director Anjani Kumar. Minister Sushma Swaraj also further conveyed that, our diplomat in South Sudan Srikumar Menon and his squad is commencing this process on the ground. She was also grateful to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and extensive her best wishes to the Indian Air Force (IAF) for providing two C-17 Globemaster heavy-life aircraft for the operation. There are around 600 Indians in the nation. On Monday evening In Juba South Sudan President Salva Kiir commanded a truce subsequent to days of serious hostility flanked by administration troops and forces loyal to Vice President Riek Machar.
Information Minister Michael Makuei conveyed in a report that, President Kiir bound for all commanders to cease all hostilities, manage their forces and protect civilians. On Monday Mr Makuei further conveyed that, the truce took effect from 6 pm, any member of the Machar-led military who submit must also be secluded. The latest bout of violence commenced subsequent to a localised gunfight outside Mr Kiir's residence in Juba on July 7 when he was holding a gathering with Mr Machar. Previous on Wednesday, External Affairs Ministry Vikas Swarup conveyed that the two C-17s will take off for Juba on Thursday. The Indian embassy in Juba conveyed that, the aircraft were predictable to land at 11 am and Indian people with valid travel documents will be allowed to board. The vstatement further conveyed that, the return flights will be only up to New Delhi.The UN has conveyed that, 36,000 South Sudanese civilians have fled their homes due to the hostility. Embassies and aid organizations in South Sudan are moving to evacuate staff from Juba amid the tenuous ceasefire. The US military in Africa conveyed that, it has sent 40 supplementary soldiers to Juba to help protect American personnel and facilities in the war-torn city.