OP Samudra setu – INS Jalashwa departs male for tuticorin with 700 indians embarked


Indian Naval Ship Jalashwa, which reached Male, Maldives on June 4, 2020, for her third trip under Operation Samudra Setu – Indian Navy’s contribution to India’s national effort to bring home our citizens from foreign shores by sea, embarked 700 Indian nationals on June 5, 20 and departed for India late in the evening. During the embarkation, the ship was visited by Colonel Mohamed Saleem, the Commandant of the Maldives Coast Guard.

With this trip, Jalashwa will successfully bring back almost 2,700 Indian citizens from Maldives and Sri Lanka to Indian shores under the broader umbrella of the Indian Government’s Mission Vande Bharat.

The ship will observe strict COVID protocols onboard and is expected to reach Tuticorin on June 7, 20.

The evacuated personnel will be disembarked at Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu and entrusted to the care of State authorities.



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