Army saves 500 tourists from death in Sikkim, watch video – India TV Hindi

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The army protects the tourists.

The Indian Army on Wednesday rescued more than 500 tourists stranded by heavy snowfall at Nathula on the India-China border in Sikkim. The army informed this in an official statement. According to the statement, troopers of the Army’s Tri Shakti Corps rescued more than 500 tourists stranded due to sudden snowfall in East Sikkim.

An army of tourists helped.

It said personnel of the Tarshqati Corps were sent there to rescue and provide assistance to the stranded tourists. The tourists were provided with hot food and immediate medical assistance and provided with safe transportation, the statement said.

People got stuck due to heavy snowfall.

According to information provided by the Indian Army, around 175 vehicles with more than 500 tourists were stranded in Nathu La in East Sikkim on February 21 due to sudden heavy snowfall. The army responded bravely in sub-zero temperatures and rescued the tourists.

Army is ready to protect people.

The Trishakti Corps of the Indian Army is always ready to assist the civil administration and people while protecting the borders in Sikkim, the statement said. This rescue operation highlights the Indian Army’s dedication to national security and welfare of the people. Citizens demonstrate their readiness to respond to unexpected challenges and emergencies. The successful evacuation of the stranded tourists is a testament to the Army’s commitment to serving the nation in various capacities.

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