Indian Army Rescues Last 150 Tourists from Rain-Hit Sikkim

The Indian Army's Trishakti Corps successfully rescued the final group of 150 tourists stranded in North Sikkim due to severe rain, aiding the evacuation of 1,200 tourists since June 12-13.

Sumit Kumar
New Update
Indian Army

By A Staff Reporter- The Indian Army has successfully rescued the last group of 150 tourists stranded in rain-hit North Sikkim. The Trishakti Corps has been diligently working alongside the civil administration to assist locals and tourists affected by the severe weather. Since June 12-13, approximately 1,200 tourists have been evacuated from the region.

The continuous efforts of the Indian Army have ensured the safety and well-being of those trapped in the adverse conditions. The collaboration between the Army and civil authorities highlights the commitment to providing timely assistance and support during natural disasters. The rescued tourists expressed their gratitude for the swift and efficient rescue operations conducted by the Army personnel. The situation in North Sikkim is gradually stabilizing as rescue and relief efforts continue.