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Nearly 20 nomad families’ alongwith livestock stuck near Margan Top, rescue ops started

Nearly 20 nomad families’ alongwith livestock stuck near Margan Top, rescue ops started
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Srinagar, May 8: District administration Anantnag has launched a rescue operation to evacuate nearly twenty families stuck alongside their livestock at Margan Top in Kokernag area, amid ongoing inclement weather conditions across the region.

“A joint rescue operation comprising of revenue, police, army, CRPF, Medical, ASH, SRTC was launched to respond to distress call at Nawkan, near Margan Top”, SDM Kokernag, who is leading the rescue operation under the overall supervision of DC Anantnag, said.

“It is estimated that there are some 10 to 20 families with live stock stuck there”, the official said adding they have so far rescued 2 dozen people and around 20 farm animals.

“Another team is on way with JCB machinery to tackle any eventuality”, the official said.

“We have established a temporary shelter at Gawran and also a medical camp through army as a contingency measure”, the official added. (GNS)


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