In Iraq's parliament yesterday so many Sunni and Kurdish deputies walked out of the session that the quorum was lost and a speaker could not be elected.
World leaders and senior clerics have urged Iraq's fractious politicians to unite in the face of the militant onslaught.
Amid the violence in Iraq that has led to death of thousands and displaced close to a million, four little questions have allowed militants to distinguish Shi'ites from Sunnis.
Iraq's flagging security forces were swept aside by the initial jihadist push, but have since begun regrouping.
Washington has so far held off granting a request by Iraq PM Nouri al-Maliki's Shi'ite-led government for airstrikes.
PM Nouri al-Maliki's government is struggling to repel advances led by ISIL militants, thought to have some 10,000 fighters inside Iraq.
Kurdish leaders have made clear that the settlement keeping Iraq together as a state is now in jeopardy.
The MEA also said that India and Iraq would set up a Joint Committee, which would handle issues immigration issues and facilitate evacuation.
The primary task of the advisers was to evaluate the state of the Iraqi forces and not to turn the tide against militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
The ISIS' brisk onslought in Iraq comes two years after the United States withdrew troops from Iraq and left the war-torn nation in the hands of a Shi'ite government led by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
MEA spokesman also said that some Indian nationals are not in the conflict zones but there are issues with their documents, visa or contracts.
Obama has offered to send up to 300 military advisers to Iraq, but has so far not backed air strikes as requested by Baghdad.
The Special Advisers strongly condemned attacks against civilians and other people taking no active part in the hostilities, including attacks by terrorist and armed groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria (ISIS).
"We are making all-out efforts to ensure that all Indians in Iraq return safely. We are leaving no stone unturned and whosoever is to be contacted, we have activated all of them", Swaraj said.
The 250-300 remaining staff were evacuated early on Thursday, one of those workers said by telephone. Military helicopters had attacked militant positions overnight, he added.
Foreign ministry has set up a 24-hour control room in Delhi to provide information on Iraq and dispatched a former envoy to assist the embassy in Baghdad
Meanwhile, Washington deployed some 275 military personnel to protect its embassy in Baghdad, the first time it has publicly bolstered the mission's security.
Apart from the 41 construction workers in Mosul, there are 46 Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit — most of them are from Kerala.
Iraqi officials have insisted they are making progress in repelling the fighters, who are led by ISIL, but have continued to lose ground.
The US and Iran also held an initial discussion on how the longtime foes might cooperate to ease the threat from the al-Qaida-linked militants that have swept through Iraq.