7 Afghan people killed in stampede at Kabul airport, UK Defense Ministry informed

Afghanistan-Taliban crisis Live Updates: Seven Afghan civilians, who were involved in a crowd gathered near Kabul’s International Airport, have died in the chaos that broke out after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. The British Defense Ministry has confirmed the death of seven Afghan civilians in a scuffle near Kabul Airport.

The British Defense Ministry said in a statement on Sunday that the ground conditions are extremely challenging, but we are doing everything we can to handle the situation as safely as possible. A spokesman for the ministry told AFP news agency: “Our thoughts are with the families of the seven Afghan civilians who were tragically killed in a crowd in Kabul.

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There are 4,500 American and 900 British troops stationed at Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport. At the same time, Taliban fighters are stationed around the airport and they are stopping Afghan citizens leaving without travel documents.

Let us tell you that after the Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan, thousands of people have gathered at the airport in an attempt to escape from its rule. After the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, a large number of people are wanting to leave their country. In this effort, a large number of people are reaching Kabul Airport.

Other countries are also trying to evacuate their people trapped in Afghanistan. After the Taliban occupation, the return of Indian people trapped in Afghanistan is being expedited.

In the backdrop of deteriorating security situation in Kabul following the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, India on Sunday brought back around 400 people, including 329 of its citizens and two Afghan lawmakers, in three flights as part of its efforts to evacuate its citizens from the Afghan capital. brought it.

87 people evacuated from Kabul reached Delhi, another plane carrying 168 people reached India

According to an estimate, about 400 Indians may be trapped in Afghanistan and India is trying to evacuate them and for this it is working in coordination with the US and other friendly nations.

In the backdrop of the withdrawal of US troops, the Taliban has rapidly expanded their foothold in Afghanistan this month, capturing most of the area, including the capital Kabul.

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