Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has stepped forward to offer assistance to bring back Telugu people who are stranded in Sudan due to the ongoing crisis. As per reports, 56 people from Andhra Pradesh are among the many Indian nationals stuck in Sudan. The Chief Minister has directed officials to collaborate with the Centre to coordinate efforts to safely bring back stranded Telugus.
The ongoing civil crisis in Sudan has placed the lives of several Indian expatriates in jeopardy, including people from Andhra Pradesh. The outbreak of violence and chaos has compelled many people to flee the country, generating hardship for those who are unable to return home.
Jagan Extends a Helping Hand
After receiving reports of the situation, Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken measures to ensure the safe return of stranded Telugus. He has directed officials to coordinate with the Centre and provide all necessary assistance to bring people back home.
Ensuring the Safe Return of Stranded Telugus
The Chief Minister has made it clear that the welfare of Andhra Pradesh citizens is a top priority. As a result, officials have been tasked with working closely with the Centre to ensure that all stranded Telugus are provided with the necessary support and assistance to return home safely.
Reuniting Families and Bringing Relief
This move by CM Jagan is aimed at reuniting families and bringing relief to those who are stranded in Sudan. The government is committed to ensuring that no stone is left unturned in the efforts to bring all Telugus back home safely.
In conclusion, with CM Jagan’s directive and coordination among officials, the government is confident that all stranded Telugus in Sudan will soon be able to return to their loved ones, and that they will be provided with any assistance they need.