Army, Police launched a Joint rescue operation in Jammu and Kashmir today to trace missing civilians and jawans. As per the reports, five soldiers are missing after the Avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora, Nowgam. The army said rescue operation is underway to rescue the Jawans from the Avalanche. Also, today the Army and Police accelerated their joint operation to rescue jawans. According to the weather reports, the most parts of the Jammu and Kashmir have witnessed the rain and heavy snowfall since last 24 hours. And the continuous heavy rainfall and snow led to avalanche over Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora and Nowgam areas.
As per the weather reports, the heavy rainfall and snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir will continue for 48 hours. In this continuous rainfall and snowfall, at least five soldiers of the Indian Army are missing. Although the rescue operation is going in the area and now the Army and police organising joint rescue operation to search five missing soldiers of the Indian Army. As the rainfall and snow in the area are hampering the rescue operations; also, it is making rescue operation a difficult challenge.
Jammu and Kashmir to mark more rainfall and the snowfall in the coming 48 hours. Also, Himachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand are on the alert because of poor weather condition. However, moderate to heavy rains and snow are likely to lash Jammu and Kashmir, Uttrakhand and Himachal Pradesh for the next two day. And the intensity over the Kashmir Valley would be more as since Monday the Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora received season’s first snowfall that triggered multiple avalanches in north Kashmir. In this avalanche, 5 Indian Army soldiers got missing. After which Army continued their rescue operation in the area. Now the Army and Police launched a Joint rescue operation to trace missing civilians in Jammu and Kashmir.