Jammu & Kashmir: Army personnel save lives of child and newborn trapped in icy path

Jammu & Kashmir, Sopore, Army personnel, indian army: The soldiers of the Indian Army have rescued a newly pregnant woman and her newborn trapped in snow in Kupwara, Kashmir. In fact, a woman and her newborn baby returning home from a hospital in Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir, were trapped in the icy road. When the army got information about this, seeing the seriousness of the situation, immediately came to help. Also Read – Indian Army Recruitment 2021: Officers can be made in Indian Army without exam, application process will start from tomorrow

Army personnel arrived at the scene with nursing staff and medical equipment. The jawans saw that the woman was trapped in frozen snow on the way. He took the newly-born woman and newborn child on a stretcher by walking in knee-deep snow to his house. Also Read – Mehbooba Mufti’s REC: 28 lakh carpets, 12 lakh bedsheets, 40 lakh cutlery, know

The soldiers assisted nursing in taking the woman home and also helped the local people. The road was blocked due to heavy snow for about 3.5 km from Pazalpora to Daniyavar in Sopore district. Also Read – Viral Video: BSF jawans did a tremendous dance on the occasion of New Year, the video is becoming viral on social media, see also you

The army said in a statement, the victim’s family and civil administration thanked the army troop for humanitarian efforts and praised the army as a true friend of the people in times of crisis.

So far, army personnel have evacuated more than two dozen pregnant women from the snowy areas in Kashmir. After the birth of the child, the father arrived at the operating base distributing sweets to the soldiers.

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