Indian Air Force Conducts Flood Relief Operations In Assam And Meghalaya

The Indian Air Force carries out flood relief operations in Assam and Meghalaya.

Since June 21st, 253 stranded people have been rescued by the Indian Air Force (IAF) during flood relief operations in Assam and Meghalaya.

Since then, the IAF has flown roughly 74 missions, rescued 253 people who had become lost in the wilderness, and lifted more than 200 tons as part of humanitarian and disaster relief efforts carried out to support civilian administration in the affected areas. dropped relief supplies. IAF.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has sent out C-130J Super Hercules, An-32 transport planes, Mi-17V5 helicopters, Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) Dhruv, and Mi-17 helicopters to deliver supplies to people trapped in these areas. supply materials, too.

Together with the civil authorities, we are promoting the operation.

The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) reported on Saturday that the state’s natural disasters continue to have an impact on more than 333,300 rupees in 28 districts, despite the fact that the overall flood situation in Assam has improved. did.

ASDMA reports that 117 people have already perished as a result of the state floods and landslides this year. Of these, 100 died from floods alone, and the remaining 17 died from landslides.