After death of 4 Indian women in Yemen, Swaraj appeals to Indians living in danger zones to return

New Delhi: In the wake of death of four Indian women in strife-torn Yemen's Aden city, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday night appealed to all Indians living in "danger zones" to return home.

"I appeal to all Indians in such danger zones to please come back to India," she tweeted.

She said the nurses stayed back in Yemen, ignoring advisories by the government.

"Yemen - Four Indian nurses have been killed in a terrorist attack today. I am sorry the nurses stayed back/returned ignoring our advisories," she said in another tweet.

The four Indian women were among 16 people killed in Aden city today when a group of terrorists stormed a elderly care home run by a Kolkata-based Missionaries of Charity and sprayed bullets at the residents.


Updated Date: Mar 04, 2016 22:25 PM

Also Watch

Watch: Firstpost test rides the new Thunderbird 500X in Goa and walks you through the Royal Enfield Garage Cafe
  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Varun Dhawan on Shoojit Sircar's October, 5-star reviews and working with Anushka Sharma in Sui Dhaaga
  • Saturday, April 14, 2018 Ambedkar Jayanti: Re-visiting Babasaheb's ideals exposes fake Dalit politics of Rahul Gandhi and Congress
  • Monday, April 9, 2018 48 hours with Huawei P20 Pro: Triple camera offering is set to redefine smartphone imaging
  • Monday, April 16, 2018 Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore interview: Sports can't be anyone's fiefdom, we need an ecosystem to nurture raw talent

Also See