Indian Navy Ship Jalashwa on Sunday safely docked on the harbour in Tuticorin on Tuesday bringing again 700 stranded Indian nationals from Male.
With this voyage, INS Jalashwa alone has thus far repatriated round 2,700 Indians from the Maldives and Sri Lanka below Operation ‘Samudra Setu’.
On June 1, the vessel repatriated roughly 700 Indians from Colombo in Sri Lanka to Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu. That is the third journey to the Maldives by INS Jalashwa.
The rescue mission is part of Operation ‘Samudra Setu’ below the Vande Bharat Mission, which has thus far facilitated the evacuation of practically 2,700 folks from Male twice on Could eight and Could 16.
Below the second part of the naval repatriation mission, INS Jalashwa with the bottom at Visakhapatnam would voyage for evacuation in Bandar Abbas (Iran) after Male.