The Indian Army successfully conducts the evacuation of the first batch of tourists stranded in the picturesque town of Lachen in Sikkim due to flash floods.
Rapid Response by the Army
In a commendable display of efficiency, the Indian Army swiftly initiated rescue operations to evacuate stranded tourists in Lachen following flash floods.
Tourists’ Safety a Top Priority
Ensuring the safety and well-being of the tourists trapped in Lachen was the primary concern for the authorities.
Timely Airlift Operation
Utilizing helicopters and logistical support, the army conducted timely airlift operations to rescue the stranded tourists.
Amidst Ongoing Search and Rescue
This evacuation effort occurs simultaneously with ongoing search and rescue operations for other individuals still missing in the flood-affected region.
The successful evacuation of the first batch of tourists from Lachen by the Indian Army represents a significant step towards restoring normalcy in the flood-ravaged region.
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