This article is written By khyaati Bansal student of Maharaja Agrasen Institute Management of Studies
A large number of Afghans and unfamiliar nationals have flooded onto the landing area at Kabul air terminal looking for a spot to flee out of the country, amid tumultuous scenes that unfurled as the Taliban assumed responsibility for the city.
With the Taliban introduced in the presidential palace and the chosen president having escaped the nation, admittance to Hamid Karzai air terminal, five kilometers from the capital’s focal point, was conceivable just through Taliban designated spots.
The US, UK, Germany, Canada, and a large group of other alliance countries are all together trying to empty their nationals from the country. The southern – non-military personnel – side of the air terminal experienced harsh criticism on Sunday, and on Monday morning, there were reports US troops had terminated into the air to scatter flooding swarms.
There were additionally unsubstantiated reports that three individuals had passed on after frantically sticking onto the underside of a withdrawing US aviation-based armed forces C17 plane. As the airplane took off they tumbled to their demise on housetops close to the air terminal. The video showed bodies on the ground. The conditions of their demise were hazy.
Embassies cautioned their nationals and Afghan residents that it was undependable to go to the air terminal and possibly go there whenever said. The government office staff are being helicoptered to the tactical side of the air terminal, which has been gotten by US troopers.
Recordings from the air terminal showed individuals filling the terminal structure, and scenes of handfuls being maneuvered into the rear of a C-17A military airplane on the landing area.
A huge number of individuals – including guardians conveying little youngsters – are seen flooding towards planes on the runway. US Humvees are additionally on the ground at the air terminal. In one video a lady calls out “take a look at the condition of individuals of Afghanistan”.