Police Rescues 16 members of 4 families of Nomadic Community Trapped in Snowfall

The Jammu and Kashmir Police, capable of taking on the terrorists, has no match in any field. Be it the killing of terrorists or the playground, or the service of humanity. Jammu and Kashmir Police jawan are busy carrying out their work faithfully, putting their lives on the line in every field.


On Saturday, a similar human face of the Jammu and Kashmir Police came to the fore in Kashmir when Budgam Police personnel came as messiahs and saved the lives of 16 members of four families of nomadic communities by putting their lives on the line.


Sharing this information on the Internet media, the Jammu and Kashmir Police informed that due to the torrential rains and snowfall in the state on Saturday morning, the police got information about the nomadic families being trapped in the high mountain areas of Nagbal Yusmarg. On learning this, Budgam police immediately launched a relief operation and rescued the lives of 16 members of four families of the nomadic community trapped in heavy snowfall and storm. Terming the Budgam police as angels, members of the nomadic community also offered their prayers.

Although this is not the first time, during the winter season in Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir Police and Army personnel played a vital role in saving innocent lives by participating in more than a dozen relief and rescue operations during heavy snowfall.


Significantly, torrential rains have continued in Jammu and Kashmir since 2 am. Nomadic families face many problems due to snowfall and strong winds in the high mountain areas. Three nomadic community members living in an earthen house collapsed due to incessant rains in the Nurpora area of ​​Tral’s Tral, succumbing to their injuries, while another is in critical condition. He has been admitted to the hospital.