Over sixty tourists stranded in Gulmarg, Kashmir, were rescued by the army

NewsOver sixty tourists stranded in Gulmarg, Kashmir, were rescued by the army

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The Chinar Warriors rescued more than 61 tourists from Gulmarg, a northern Kashmiri town, on Saturday, December 16. Tourists, including women and children, were left trapped on Saturday as the snow covered the area.

In a press statement, the Indian Army said the tourists were stranded due to the snow’s freezing temperatures. Sleeping bags, heating systems, and hot meals were among the comforts bestowed to them by the Army jawans.

Gulmarg in J&K attracts sightseers from throughout the world. On Saturday, fresh snowfall turned the region into a winter wonderland. The blizzard allegedly blocked many routes in the area, making things even more tough for the people.

The Chinar Warriors, however, have helped those living in the valley. In Taratpora and Ramhall, the group established a medical camp on Saturday.

On Friday, the organization helped the fire department put out a fire in the Bazipore district of Manasbal, Kashmir, which saved lives and property.

The Chinar Warriors are an elite regiment of the Indian Army’s Chinar Corps. They are responsible for military operations in the Kashmir Valley and have been engaged in every military conflict with Pakistan and China. 

Visitors are given with food and housing by army jawans.

People, including women and children, who were tourists, were rescued. Soldiers from the Army tried to alleviate their plight by supplying them with warm clothing, blankets, and food. The tourists and natives of Kashmir both had to deal with the hardships caused by the constant snowfall. Some highways were rendered inaccessible by the blizzard.

A popular tourist destination, Gulmarg, transformed into a winter wonderland after the recent snowfall. Members of the Indian Army’s Chinar Corps, known as the Chinar Warriors, have helped the valley’s residents. They lent a hand to the fire department and assisted with establishing medical camps.

The Chinar Warriors are well-known for their unwavering commitment to helping residents and tourists in the Valley. In Taratpora and Ramhall, the group established a medical camp on Saturday. There was a fire in the Bazipore district of Manasbal, Kashmir, the day before that they helped put out, and it had endangered lives and property.

The Chinar Warriors are members of the elite Chinar Corps, part of the Indian Army. Their duty lies with the military for what happens in the Kashmir Valley.

The army’s rescue effort in Sikkim has begun

Similarly, in Eastern Sikkim, Trishakti Corps Army soldiers rescued over 800 tourists after heavy snowfall. There would be plenty of food, a safe place to stay, and warm clothes provided by the Army. Make accommodations for the sightseers—even if it means soldiers sleep in their quarters.

Helping those in need is something the Indian Army is known to do from time to time. Natural disasters don’t scare them; they’re ready to help the government, fix bridges, and even welcome tourists. Their responsibilities go beyond only protecting the borders; they are seen as being prepared to provide a helping hand whenever their country needs it.

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