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Gujarat floods: Indian Army rescues 35 stranded people

ANI
Published : Jul 23, 2017, 8:13 am IST
Updated : Jul 23, 2017, 8:13 am IST

The team mobilised several columns of troops along with specialised equipment and trained manpower to boost the ongoing rescue operation.

Indian Army personnel rescuing people from flood-stricken region of Gujarat. (Photo: Twitter | ANI)
 Indian Army personnel rescuing people from flood-stricken region of Gujarat. (Photo: Twitter | ANI)

Gandhinagar: The Indian Army's Golden Katar Division personnel on Saturday rescued 35 people from flood in Surendranagar district's Kuda village and distributed food and medicines to aid the flood victims.

The team mobilised several columns of troops along with specialised equipment and trained manpower to boost the ongoing rescue and relief work in the worst flood affected district after receiving a requisition from the Gujarat government.

The Army's rescue teams comprised of the Engineer Task Force and a medical team that rescued citizens.

The rescued people were evacuated and taken to a safe place.

Tags: indian army, rescue mission, healthcare, gujarat floods
Location: India, Gujarat, Gandhinagar