More Indians arrive at Delhi airport from quake-hit Nepal
New Delhi/ Allahabad/ Kathmandu, April 27 (ANI): A batch of 226 more Indians, rescued from quake-ravaged Nepal, arrived in New Delhi in Indian Air Force plane. India has sent 13 military aircraft — four C17, three C130, four IL76 and two AN32 — to Kathmandu to ferry Indian nationals stuck in the Nepalese capital. Helicopters were able to fly in as clouds lifted, to evacuate the injured to a lower altitude, from where they were being flown to Kathmandu. A survivor Ramana said the situation in Nepal was very grim. While the evacuees thanked Indian Air Force for rescuing them, many people have been returning on their own via commercial flights. Due to earthquake and aftershocks, people were not willing to stay indoors, added Doctor Sandeep.
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