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Indian Navy Rescues Pregnant Woman In Flood-Hit Kerala

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Amidst the floods in Kerala wreaking havoc and claiming more and more lives every day, the Indian Navy carried out one of its most daredevil rescue operations yesterday. A pregnant lady who was about to give birth was rescued by the Indian Navy officers. The woman was airlifted to Sanjivani Hospital where she got proper medical attention and delivered her child safely.

The Rescue

This time, the officers managed to airlift the lady whose water bag started leaking. The successful rescue operation was confirmed on the official Twitter handle of the Indian Navy.

These videos of rescue operations, which have now gone viral, highlight the difficulties and complexities of the task present in front of the rescue team.  It also shows how the men in uniform managed the feat with a lot of courage. Later on, the picture of the mother and child were also shared by the Navy’s Twitter handle.

Kudos to Indian Navy!

The Indian Navy is involved in the ongoing rescue operations in Flood-hit Kerala from day one. Previously in Aluva, a Navy officer managed to rescue a boy. Several other steps like providing drinking water, eatables and other items of necessity are being taken care of by our Armed Forces, who are working round the clock to deliver help.

More than three hundred people have lost their lives during this monsoon season and over two lakhs have witnessed submergence of their houses. “Kerala is facing its worst flood in 100 years. 80 dams opened, 324 lives lost and 223139 people are in about 1500+ relief camps,” said an official from the Chief Minister’s office in Kerala.

Army, Navy, Air Force and NDRF personnel have begun evacuating people stranded in the worst flood-affected areas of Ernakulam, Pathanamthitta and Thrissur districts.

Also Read: Navy’s All-Women Crew Starts 3rd Leg Of Sailing Tour From New Zealand

Dolly Bhardwaj is an intern with SheThePeople.Tv

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