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This Is How The Indian Army Is Helping People From Floods In Kashmir Once Again

Updated on 4 May, 2017 at 11:40 am By

The India Army always does its job, and does it well. In 2014, the Indian Army rescued around 2,00,000 people during the Srinagar floods.

 

Indian Army officials rescuing a Kashmiri girl during the 2014 Kashmir floods.Reuters/Adnan Abidi

Floods are again wreaking havoc in the Valley and, again, it is the Indian Army which has come to the aid of the locals.


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As the water of the Jhelum continues to rise due to incessant rainfall, the horrific memories of the 2014 floods are back haunting the people in Kashmir.

 

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What compounds the misery of the people is continuous snowfall for the last four days.

 

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Schools and colleges have been shut for the next three days. Flood waters have damaged some bridges and culverts.

Water has inundated colonies in some parts of Srinagar as rainfall continues.

 


And those who came to the rescue were not the human rights activists, the separatists, the ‘hero’ terrorists, the stone pelters, the apologists, or the aazadi brigade from JNU.


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It is the men in the uniform who have come to the rescue of the people.

Remember that among those the army saves will be the very young men who have been throwing stones at the forces while sympathising for terrorists such as Burhan Wani.

 

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A section of Kashmir’s population raises anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans. They sing the Pakistani national anthem and celebrate Pakistan Day.

In spite of all this, the Indian Army is doing its duty – save people.

 

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Of course, the Indian Army is being praised by those who truly love India, its people and the armed forces.



At the same time that concern that Kashmiris, who forgot the army’s 2014 help very quickly, will forget this gesture as well is being raised.

 


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