Around two years after the Indian Airlines plane commandeers occurrence of 1999, India thought of what is approximately called the Ayni Project to open its first airbase outside the country. It is in Tajikistan, in the neighborhood of Afghanistan. The Pakistani fear mongers had seized the plane and taken it to security under the past Taliban system.
In 2002, the Ayni Project started as a community-oriented exertion between the outside undertakings service and the security-insight foundation. Throughout the long term, it formed into an Indian Air Force (IAF) base, known as Gissar Military Aerodrome (GMA).
It is situated in a town called Ayni, not a long way from Tajikistan’s capital Dushanbe. India and Tajikistan together oversee it.
As of late, on August 22, Arindam Bagchi, the outside issues service representative, alluded to India’s Tajikistan-arranged airbase for clearing Indian and Nepalese nationals from Afghanistan in the outcome of the Taliban takeover of Kabul.