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Vande Bharat Mission: 8-months pregnant woman thanks Indian govt for her repatriation

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Vande Bharat Mission: 8-months pregnant woman thanks Indian govt for her repatriation

Vande Bharat Mission: 8-months pregnant woman thanks Indian govt for her repatriation

Under India's Vande Bharat Mission to bring back stranded Indians, several stranded passengers departed from Oman to return home on May 17.

Flight IX 554 departed for Trivandrum with total 183 Indians and 1 mortal remains.

Passengers include urgent medical cases, workers, stranded visitors and people having family emergencies.

Anjali, an 8-months pregnant woman who is returning from Muscat said, "I would like to thank the government of India for extending help to us at this time".

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