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  • INS Jalashwa to bring back around 700 Indian nationals from Colombo port to Tuticorin in Tamil nadu

    Published on May 31, 2020

    Indian navy ship INS Jalashwa will sail from Colombo port in Sri Lanka tomorrow carrying around 700 Indian nationals back to Tuticorin in Tamil nadu.

    This will be the first part of operation “Samudra Setu” from Sri Lanka to repatriate Indian citizens under ‘Vande Bharat ‘mission. The ship will reach Colombo tomorrow morning and will depart by late evening.

    Indian high commission in Colombo is making final arrangements for the repatriation with support of Sri Lankan navy and other authorities. COVID-related social distancing norms have been catered onboard and evacuees would be provided basic amenities and medical facilities during the sea-passage.

    Indian Navy has already repatriated 1,488 Indian nationals from Malé to Kochi during the previous phase of operations. INS Jalashwa is scheduled to bring back another 700 Indian nationals from Maldives capital of Malé on Friday and preparations regarding it are also on.


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