Indian Air Force Conducts Flood Relief Operations In Assam And Meghalaya

The Air Force airlifts 96 tonnes of relief supplies in Assam, Meghalaya

The Indian Air Force (IAF) airlifted at least 96 tonnes of relief supplies on Saturday using an aerial platform, following humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HADR) operations in Assam and Megaraya, the IAF said on Sunday.

“Continuing HADR’s efforts to provide relief and support in Assam and Meghalaya, the IAF airlifted 96 tons of relief supplies using various aerial platforms on June 25, 2022, with 46 sorties for 37 hours. I flew, “the IAF tweeted.

According to the IAF, they have been conducting flood relief operations in Assam and Meghalaya since June 21st.

“Since the last four days, we have been striving to provide relief to the masses affected by the Assam and Meghalaya floods, and the IAF has airlifted 203 tons of relief supplies in 74 HADR missions, including various helicopters and transport aircraft. Rescue 253 stranded personnel using. In another tweet.

The IAF has extensively used the C-130, An-32, Mi 17V5, Mi 171V, Mi 17s, and ALH to continue flood relief operations in Assam and Meghalaya.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has flown approximately 74 missions, rescued 253 people stranded in the Assam floods, and delivered more than 200 tons of relief supplies to the State IAF as part of humanitarian and disaster relief (HADR) operations. Dropped. I was notified on Saturday.