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SIKKIM FLOOD SITUATION: INDIAN ARMY AND BRO COMPLETES THE ALL IMPORTANT ZEEMA BAILEY BRIDGE

Troops of Trishakti Corps Indian Army with assistance from BRO completed the significant Bailey bridge over Zeema Chu at Zeema . This has finally connected entire Lachen from the Northern…

SIKKIM FLOOD SITUATION: INDIAN ARMY AND BRO COMPLETES SECOND BAILEY BRIDGE AT MANGAN

Troops of Trishakti Corps Indian Army with assistance from BRO and civil administration completed the second bailey bridge over Teesta River at Mangan-Sankalang. This has enabled move of vehicles and…

SIKKIM FLOOD SITUATION: INDIAN ARMY AND BRO CONTINUES EFFORTS TO RECONNECT NORTH SIKKIM, ESTABLISHES FIRST BAILEY BRIDGE AT MANGAN IN AN EFFORT TOWARDS CONNECTING CHUNGTHANG VIA ALTERNATE ROUTE

Troops of Trishakti Corps Indian Army along with BRO and assistance of civil administration and locals are undertaking operations at a massive scale to reconnect North Sikkim. While BRO is…

Indian Air Force (IAF) remains steadfast in its operations in flood-affected Sikkim

In an unwavering commitment to humanitarian relief, the Indian Air Force (IAF) remains steadfast in its operations in flood-affected Sikkim. Employing a fleet of helicopters including Cheetah, Chinook, Mi-17 1V,…

Sikkim Flash Flood Update: an unwavering commitment to humanitarian relief, the Indian Air Force (IAF) remains steadfast in its operations in flood-affected Sikkim

Employing a fleet of helicopters including Cheetah, Chinook, Mi-17 1V, and Mi-17 V5, the IAF has executed a remarkable 262 sorties to bolster the State Government’s relief endeavors. The relentless…

National Crisis Management Committee reviews the situation in Sikkim

The National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC), under Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba, met today and reviewed the situation in Sikkim. The Chief Secretary, Sikkim joined the meeting through video…

SIKKIM FLOOD SITUATION: INDIAN ARMY UNDERTAKES MASSIVE EFFORTS TO RECONNECT ISOLATED VILLAGES IN NORTH SIKKIM, ESTABLISHES LINK UP WITH RABOM VILLAGE, RESCUE OF 150-200 CIVILIANS UNDERWAY

Troops of Trishakti Corps Indian Army are undertaking operations at a massive scale to reconnect villages cut off post the flash flood on night of 3rd and 4th October. The…

Sikkim Flash Flood updates: Indian Army continues search for balance missing Army personnel

Indian Army continues search for balance missing Army personnel. Food, Medical aid and Mobile communication being provided to locals and 1500 tourists stranded at Chungthang, Lachung and Lachen, North Sikkim.…

SIKKIM FLASH FLOOD: SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS IN FULL SWING, OPERATIONAL SITUATION STABLE ALONG THE LAC

A Glacial Lake Outburst in South Lhonak Lake in North Sikkim on the night of 03-04 Oct caused a devastating flood in the North Eastern State of Sikkim. The level…

Sikkim Flash Flood Update

Help Centre/ First Aid Camp set by TriShakti Corps, Indian Army at Bardang for civilian and stranded tourists.

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