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Army and Air Force rescued 7 patients under heavy snowfall in Tangdhar, Jammu and Kashmir. He was rushed to Kupwara District Hospital.

The Indian Army remains a troubleshooter for the people amid heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir. The Army and the Indian Air Force (IAF) air-lifted 7 patients, including a 6-year-old child, from Tangdhar area of ​​the state. According to the army, the patients were taken from Tangdhar to Kupwara District Hospital on Friday.

Air lift done due to snowfall
The army said that the area has been experiencing heavy snowfall for the last 3 days. The entire area is covered with snow. In such a situation, we operated this operation to get patients to the hospital in time. The army is ready to help the local people.

Local Administration contacted
According to the army, the local administration of Tanadhar contacted us at 12 noon. He said that the condition of 7 patients in the area is critical and they will have to be rushed to the hospital as soon as possible. One 6-year-old girl was also among the patients.

Operation completed with MiG-17
After information, the army immediately came into action and the whole operation was carried out from MiG-17. In time, the lives of the people were saved by the local administration informing the army and the air force.

Pregnant woman was taken to an ambulance
Recently, in Karalpura, Kupwara, the soldiers picked up a pregnant woman on the cot up to the main road 2 km away from her house and took her to an ambulance. From here the woman was taken to the hospital, where she gave birth to the child.

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