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Over 1,200 Tourists Rescued By Indian Army in North Sikkim Amidst Severe Landslides

The operation highlighted the Army's dedication to humanitarian efforts, ensuring that all tourists received the necessary medical attention and basic necessities throughout the ordeal.

In a commendable operation, the Trishakti Corps of the Indian Army, in collaboration with the local civil administration, has successfully evacuated more than 1,200 tourists trapped in North Sikkim since June 12 due to severe landslides. The last group of 150 tourists was rescued on June 19, marking the end of a week-long operation amidst challenging weather conditions.

Despite persistent rains and difficult terrain, the Army ensured the safety and well-being of all individuals, providing essential medical aid where needed. Notably, medical teams were deployed promptly, attending to over 115 people, including a critical case of a 24-year-old suffering from High Altitude Pulmonary Edema.

In addition to rescue efforts, the Army signalers played a crucial role in restoring mobile connectivity in the region for both BSNL and Airtel users, which had been disrupted by the landslides. This restoration helped facilitate better communication and coordination of the rescue operations.

The operation highlighted the Army’s dedication to humanitarian efforts, ensuring that all tourists received the necessary medical attention and basic necessities throughout the ordeal. The successful evacuation under such adverse conditions stands as a testament to the bravery and resilience of the Indian Army personnel involved in the operation.

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