Following the terrible earthquake, India says it is prepared to offer aid and support to the Afghan people.

India says it is ready to assist and assist Afghan people in their times of need . India has dispatched a number of shipments of humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan .

UNITED NATIONS: India said it is ready to assist and assist Afghan people in their times of need after a devastating earthquake killed almost 1000 people, destroyed houses, and injured many others.I begin by offering my sincere condolences to the victims and their families, as well as to all those affected by the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan.At a Security Council briefing and consultations on Thursday, India shares the pain of the Afghan people and is ready to help and support them in this period of need, according to India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ambassador T S Tirumurti.Arindam Bagchi, a spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, has also tweeted that the first shipment of India's earthquake relief assistance to the Afghan people has arrived in Kabul and has been handed over by the Indian team there.

Early Wednesday morning, a 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck Afghanistan's Central Region, with four districts in Patika province-Gayan, Barmala, Naka, and Ziruk-as well as Spera district in Khost province.According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the earthquake struck at a depth of ten kilometers.The earthquake killed at least 1,000 people, many others displaced nearly 2,000 people, according to the agency.On behalf of UN agencies and humanitarian partners, OCHA is coordinating the crisis response.

We hope that the UN agencies and their aid partners and obstacles to be fully exploited by this Resolution, as well as the errors uncovered, he said.India has dispatched a number of shipments of humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan, which included 30,000 MTs of wheat, 13 tons of vitamins, 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, and winter clothing.These humanitarian donations were given to the Indira Gandhi Children's Hospital, Kabul, and UN specialized organizations, such as the World Health Organization and the World Food Program (WFP).The Government of India and the World Food Programme (WFP) have signed an agreement for the distribution of 50,000 MT of wheat in Afghanistan, ensuring a fair and equitable distribution of India's wheat aid.

A Indian team visited Kabul on June 2-3 to monitor the utilization of India's medical and food-grain assistance, as well as to better assess the Afghan population's humanitarian needs.In addition, the team went to locations where Indian programs and programs are being implemented, including Indira Gandhi Children's Hospital, Habibia High School, Chimtala sub-power station, and the World Wheat Distribution Center.We are also in the process of exporting more medical aid and food grains to Afghanistan.To provide vaccinations to Afghan refugees in Iran, we also gave Iran one million doses of Indias COVAXIN COVID-19 vaccines.

Tirumurti stressed that humanitarian assistance should be based on the principles of impartiality, impartiality, and independence.According to the author, humanitarian assistance should be non-discriminatory and open to everyone, regardless of race, creed, or political convictions.The assistance should first be provided to the most vulnerable groups, including women, children, and minorities.He said that peace and stability in Afghanistan are critical objectives for which the international community must unite, and that India will continue to play its part in the achievement of that goal, and that the needs of Afghan people will continue to be at the forefront of our efforts in Afghanistan.

Given our close ties to the Afghan people both historically and civilisationally, we are deeply worried about the latest developments in Afghanistan, particularly the worsening humanitarian situation, he said.Tirumurti said that India's approach to Afghanistan will be guided by its historic friendship and special friendship with the Afghan people.India continues to advocate for an inclusive Afghanistan society that includes all segments of the Afghan population on the political front.For both domestic and international retaliation, he said, a broad-based, inclusive, and representative structure is crucial.

In Afghanistan, there has been an increasing push towards exclusion of women from public life.We join others in calling for the protection of the rights of women and girls and for the preservation of the long-fought gains of the last two decades, he said.