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J&K flood Army continues relief operations

IBNS | 07 Sep 2014, 05:12 am

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  • J&K flood Army continues relief operations

    Udhampur, Sept 5 (IBNS): In the last 72 hours, with no letup in the huge down pour and inclement weather in the far reaches of Jammu Division, the Army in coordination with Civil Authorities under Operation Megh Rahat has been able to rescue, as the reports last came in, about 1100 civilians, large no of live stock from the wrath of the huge deluge engulfing the entire area.

  • J&K flood Army continues relief operations

    Udhampur, Sept 5 (IBNS): In the last 72 hours, with no letup in the huge down pour and inclement weather in the far reaches of Jammu Division, the Army in coordination with Civil Authorities under Operation Megh Rahat has been able to rescue, as the reports last came in, about 1100 civilians, large no of live stock from the wrath of the huge deluge engulfing the entire area.

  • J&K flood Army continues relief operations

    Udhampur, Sept 5 (IBNS): In the last 72 hours, with no letup in the huge down pour and inclement weather in the far reaches of Jammu Division, the Army in coordination with Civil Authorities under Operation Megh Rahat has been able to rescue, as the reports last came in, about 1100 civilians, large no of live stock from the wrath of the huge deluge engulfing the entire area.

  • J&K flood Army continues relief operations

    Udhampur, Sept 5 (IBNS): In the last 72 hours, with no letup in the huge down pour and inclement weather in the far reaches of Jammu Division, the Army in coordination with Civil Authorities under Operation Megh Rahat has been able to rescue, as the reports last came in, about 1100 civilians, large no of live stock from the wrath of the huge deluge engulfing the entire area.

  • J&K flood Army continues relief operations

    Udhampur, Sept 5 (IBNS): In the last 72 hours, with no letup in the huge down pour and inclement weather in the far reaches of Jammu Division, the Army in coordination with Civil Authorities under Operation Megh Rahat has been able to rescue, as the reports last came in, about 1100 civilians, large no of live stock from the wrath of the huge deluge engulfing the entire area.

J&K flood Army continues relief operations

IBNS
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