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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has praised the Chinese government for its cooperation, calling the campaign to evacuate Indians from the worst-hit Chinese city of Wuhan a complex.  Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said i…




The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has praised the Chinese government for its cooperation, calling the campaign to evacuate Indians from the worst-hit Chinese city of Wuhan a complex.  Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said in a press briefing on Thursday that India evacuated 640 Indians and 7 citizens of Maldives from China through 2 flights.  During this time when he was asked whether some Pakistanis trapped in China have appealed to the Indian government for help, has there been any discussion on this, Kumar said that Pakistan has not made any such request.  If such a situation is formed then it will definitely be considered.
 During a press briefing of the Ministry of External Affairs, a journalist asked about the people trapped in Wuhan city of China, 'Pakistani students who are stuck there, while watching the video, they said that it is possible if Modi is there, Modi is alive ... and he  Said that if the Government of Pakistan is not taking us, then the Government of India will help us, do you guys have discussed this, any idea?

 In response to this question, Ravish Kumar said, "At present, we have not received any such request from the Government of Pakistan, but if such a situation is created and if we have the resources then we will definitely consider it."  During this, the journalist said that the Pakistani student trapped in Wuhan is 'Modi hai toh is possible', Modi is speaking alive, then the spokesman of the Ministry of External Affairs also refuses to smile  Could not stop.

 Regarding the temporary ban on e-visas for people coming from China due to the Karona virus, Kunar said that visa restrictions are only for the Chinese mainland.  He said, 'All existing e-visas given to the people of China are no longer valid.  Similarly, the normal visa issues that have taken place are also no longer valid.  If a person who needs to come to India is very important, then he can apply for a visa by contacting our Embassy or the nearest Consulate. During this time he also said that on behalf of the government on commercial flights between India and China  There is no restriction.  Together they said that the airline companies are free to make their own decisions in this regard, assessing the ground situation.

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