Indian Air Force Air Lift: The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Thursday (March 9) airlifted a total of 438 passengers stranded between Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. According to information, most of the people are trapped due to the closure of the 434 km long Srinagar-Leh National Highway. Hence, these passengers were airlifted by the Indian Air Force. Quoting news agency PTI, the official said that most of the passengers were taken from Jammu to Kargil and from Srinagar to Leh. 32 brought 165 passengers from Jammu to Kargil. The flight had to make four rounds to airlift out all the passengers stuck in this route. The official said that apart from this, 13 passengers were sent from Kargil to Jammu by air. Earlier in February, a pregnant woman was airlifted by the Army and the Indian Air Force as heavy snowfall blocked most roads and highways, he said. The pregnant woman was airlifted from a small village in Kishtwar near Patnitop and taken to the district hospital in the area.
Indian Air Force is helping people in Jammu and Kashmir
Let it be known that the Indian Air Force is continuously helping the people in Jammu and Kashmir. Many roads are closed due to snowfall, along with this, there is also a big problem of electricity and water. In such a situation, the Air Force is delivering relief materials to the people as well as taking them to safe places. 388 citizens of Ladakh were transported from Jammu to Leh by 76 aircraft. Under Operation Sadbhavana, the Air Force is helping the citizens of the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
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