Navy’s humanitarian mission ; 3 ships headed towards UAE and Maldives to bring home Stranded Indians

INS Shardul, Magar & Jalashwa in operation

India has sent three naval ships to evacuate its citizens stranded in the Maldives and United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to Commander Sridhar Warrier , Defence spokesperson, INS Jalashwa deployed at sea off Mumbai along with INS Magar diverted for the Male (Maldives) and INS Shardul diverted to Dubai to bring home Indians stranded abroad due to coronavirus lockdown. 

The Indian Navy humanitarian mission to bring back stranded migrants from Maldives and UAE. The first phase to begin on May 8 , to bring back around 700 stuck people (medical & other emergencies, Pregnant women, stranded tourists, job-lost migrants workers -domicile of Kerala) from Male to Kochi.

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Sanjay Bhagat

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