Prime Minister Narendra Modi constitutes a high-level group to monitor the ground situation in Afghanistan

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set up a high-level group comprising External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, updating them on the Afghan situation and focusing on immediate priorities, including evacuation of stranded people. taking necessary steps to do so. Indians.

As the United States of America completes its military mission Afghanistan and Taliban India takes full control, India is closely monitoring the developed situation.

Sources told ANI: “In view of the evolving situation in Afghanistan, the Prime Minister had recently directed that a high-level group consisting of EAM, NSA and senior officials focus on India’s immediate priorities.”

It is learned that this group has been meeting regularly for the past few days. It has seized on issues relating to the safe return of stranded Indians, travel of Afghan nationals especially minorities to India, and ensuring that area of ​​afghanistan Not used in any way for terrorism directed against India.

According to informed sources: “The group is also monitoring the ground situation in Afghanistan and international responses, including the resolution passed by the UN Security Council this morning.”

India has said that it has evacuated most of the citizens wishing to come back, New Delhi is on wait and watch mode as far as recognition of Taliban rule is concerned.

On Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that India is closely monitoring the situation in Afghanistan and is in touch with other countries as well.

India also played an important role in this make a resolution on afghanistan On the last day of his presidency at the United Nations Security Council.

The UNSC under the Indian President has adopted a resolution on Afghanistan in which the member states reiterated the importance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan and noted the relevant commitments of the Taliban.

The resolution called on the Taliban to facilitate safe passage for those wishing to leave Afghanistan, allow humanitarians to enter the country, and uphold human rights, including those of women and children.

By Naveen Bharat Staff


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