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Sudan Crisis: When Union Minister narrated PM Modi’s special message to Indians rescued from Sudan, see- VIDEO

Minister of State for External Affairs released the video
Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan has tweeted a video for Indians in Jeddah. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a special message in this video. Muraleedharan wrote, “Happy to see off 360 Indians from Jeddah Airport to New Delhi. They will soon reach the motherland, be reunited with their families. Under Operation Kaveri, the government is evacuating Indian nationals from Sudan and repatriating them.” Working tirelessly to bring you home safely.”

People gave their opinion on the video
In the video, the Minister of State for External Affairs can be seen telling citizens that ‘PM Modi has vowed to bring back every Indian’. An Indian citizen from Jeddah said, “We cannot express our gratitude towards Modi ji. We have no words. We have no words to thank you for the kind of work you have done.”

PM had a high level meeting on Sudan
PM Modi had a high level meeting last Friday regarding the Sudan crisis. In this, the PM issued instructions to prepare an action plan to evacuate Indians from Sudan.

Transit point built in Jeddah
As part of its evacuation mission, India has set up transit points in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to evacuate Indians. All the Indians have been taken to the coastal Saudi Arabian city after being evacuated from Sudan. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan is present in Jeddah to oversee the evacuation mission.

Conflict started from April 15, 459 deaths so far
The fighting between the army and the Paramilitary Force (RSF) for the coup in Sudan started on 15 April. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 459 people and soldiers have died in the fighting so far. 4,072 people have been injured.

Ceasefire till 27th April
The 72-hour ceasefire in Sudan is till 12 midnight on 27 April. During this time it is time for other countries to evacuate their citizens from here.

Why is there conflict in Sudan?
Let us tell you that there is a war of supremacy between the military and the paramilitary in Sudan. In 2019, people demonstrated to remove the then President of Sudan Omar al-Bashir from power. In April 2019, the military overthrew the country in a coup d’état, but after that people started demanding democratic governance and their role in the government. After this, a joint government was formed in Sudan, in which both the civilian and military of the country had a role. There was a coup again in 2021 and military rule started in Sudan. Now the fight is going on regarding this.

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