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Indian Armed Forces Wind up their Biggest Relief and Rescue Operations Abroad Ever

Indian Armed Forces Wind up their Biggest Relief and Rescue Operations Abroad Ever In the just concluded ‘Op Maitri’ in the quake hit Nepal, the Indian Air Force and the Army flew 2223 sorties, rescued/evacuated about 11,200 people (including 780 casualties) to safer places and transported and dropped about 1700 tonnes of relief materials. The Indian armed forces Rapid Action Medical Teams extended medical assistance to 4762 injured, including 300 surgeries, 216 hospital admissions and 4174 OPD cases. The mammoth Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) tasks carried out by the IAF and Indian Army from 25 Apr 2015 wound up on 04 Jun 2015. Within four hours of the earthquake that struck Nepal, IAF swung into action and routed one C-130J aircraft, two C-17, one IL-76,...
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