Indian in Kabul | 200 Indian workers stranded in Kabul, Taliban fighters surround the company, appeal to the embassy for help, 200 Indian workers stranded in Kabul Taliban not letting them go
200 Indians stranded in Kabul’s Kasaba area.
- 200 Indians trapped in a company located in Kabul’s Kasaba area
- He works in a security company named Garda World, pleading for help
- Taliban fighters are not allowing them to come out of the company
New Delhi : After the Taliban rule was once again established in Afghanistan, the difficulties of the people working there have increased. The employees working there are stuck in places. 200 Indian employees working in Garda World, a security company in the Kasaba area of the capital Kabul, are unable to leave. Actually, Taliban fighters have surrounded this company from all sides. Taliban fighters want to take their weapons from these security personnel. However, these employees have not yet handed over their weapons. Exclusive pictures of these Indians being trapped in the company have been taken by ‘Times Now Navbharat’.
Taliban is not allowing to exit the company
Pradeep Dutta of ‘Times Now’ says that he has spoken to the employees here. These Indian people say that the Taliban are not allowing them to get out of the company. There are fighters with weapons at all the gates of the company. Taliban wants to take their weapons but so far these people have not handed over their weapons to him. Employees say the Taliban have fired in the air twice to intimidate them. This frightened them and were in panic. The Taliban say that now they have a government in Afghanistan, so the weapons they have with the security personnel will have to be handed over.
employees contacted the embassy
After taking control of Afghanistan, the Taliban said that they would not harm any Indian. At present, the difference between his words and deeds has started to be seen. The employees of the company have appealed to the central government to provide help. The employees say that they have not been able to sleep for two nights. There are 15 Taliban checkpoints on the way to the airport where their fighters are present. The Taliban may demand a ransom. If this crisis lasts for a long time, then there may be a problem of food and drink for them because they do not have much. The employees have contacted the Indian Embassy. The embassy has asked them to wait a bit.
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