They were flown out in a unique military trip on Tuesday to the Hindon airbase close to capital Delhi.
The airplane was hauling around 150 individuals, including negotiators, authorities, security staff and some abandoned Indians.
India’s unfamiliar clergyman, S Jaishankar called the clearing interaction a “troublesome and convoluted” work out.
“Glad to be back home securely and safely,” Ambassador Rudrendra Tandon told neighborhood media on Tuesday.
Afghanistan’s security circumstance has been liquid after the Taliban dominated and President Ashraf Ghani escaped. In the previous few days, a huge number of frantic Afghans have dashed to the air terminal in an unhinged endeavor to escape.
The business airspace is closed and unfamiliar soldiers have been battling to keep the Kabul air terminal useful in the midst of the tumult.
Mr Tandon said that a few Indians are as yet abandoned in Afghanistan, and will be emptied after business flight administrations continue. It’s hazy the number of there are, yet many have begged Indian experts via online media to empty them.
Tuesday’s clearing briefly closes India’s political presence in Afghanistan. Specialists say this could make it hard for individuals – the two Afghans and Indians – who need to head out to India.
Be that as it may, they say it’s the right choice given the unstable circumstance.
In the mean time, the Taliban, who have assumed full responsibility for the nation, have been requesting that individuals return to work without dreading any requitals.
Yet, specialists say it’s too soon to completely believe these guarantees given the gathering’s bleeding past.