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    The Indian government is working to evacuate around 3,000 of its citizens from Sudan due to rising violence in the country. The Ministry of External Affairs has said that contingency plans have been put in place to bring people back to India but they will depend on the state of security on the ground. Two C-130J military transport aircraft are on standby in Jeddah, while an Indian Navy vessel has arrived at a strategic port in the region. However, the MEA has emphasised that any action taken will be dependent on the state of security on the ground.

    The security situation in Sudan remains unstable, with reports of intense clashes emerging from multiple areas within the capital city of Khartoum. The MEA said India is making all-out efforts to ensure the safety and security of Indians stranded in Sudan. In addition to engaging with Sudanese authorities, the MEA and the Indian embassy in Sudan have established frequent communication with a range of international actors, including the UN, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, and the US, among others.

    India is planning to evacuate those who are outside the conflict zone and in areas with lesser violence. On Saturday, a group of over 150 individuals, including Indian citizens, were successfully rescued from Sudan and transported to Jeddah. The ongoing violence in Sudan has resulted in over 420 fatalities and numerous injuries, as per the United Nations.

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