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Army jawans brave difficult conditions to evacuate ailing woman

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Army jawans brave difficult conditions to evacuate ailing woman

Army jawans brave difficult conditions to evacuate ailing woman

Braving extremely difficult conditions, Indian Army reached out to rescue an elderly ill woman in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Army jawans carried old lady to hospital from Buthu village.

Covering distance in knee-deep snow, Army safely and timely carried out the evacuation.

Lately, the higher ranges of J-K have been receiving heavy snowfall.


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