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A picture of an Indian soldier is circulating on social media in which a Turkish woman hugs and kisses an Indian soldier. This picture is heart touching

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New Delhi: Three strong earthquakes have completely devastated Turkey and Syria. Thousands of people lost their lives, many cities were turned into ruins, the shadow of parents was removed from someone’s head, and many mothers became lonely. Someone’s whole family was under the rubble. The process of exhuming the bodies is still going on. People are looking for themselves under the ruins and hoping to get out alive.

India is carrying out relief operations through Operation Doost. In this operation, Indian soldiers are pulling people out from under the rubble of buildings. hugging and kissing This picture is heart touching.

The image was shared by the official Twitter handle ‘ADG-PI’ with the caption ‘We care’. People express their reactions to this picture. One user wrote – There is no religion in the world greater than humanity. Another user wrote – We and our army are always there to serve humanity.

According to a report, a six-year-old girl was brought out safely from the rubble by the NDRF team engaged in relief and rescue operations. The spokesperson of the Ministry of Internal Affairs posted a video on Twitter in which the girl was brought out safely. “We are with Turkey in this disaster,” the video reads. India’s NDRF conducts ground-level rescue and relief operations. Today, the Indian team successfully pulled out a six-year-old girl from under the rubble.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar tweeted, “India’s first C-17 flight carrying 100 NDRF search and rescue personnel, special canine squad, drilling machines, relief supplies, medicines and other essential supplies arrived in Aden, Turkey.” Turkey has a medical center with 30 beds. It is equipped with X-ray devices, ventilators, oxygen generators, heart monitoring equipment.

“The army has formed a 99-member medical team to help earthquake-hit Turkey,” an army officer said. The group has medical professionals and an X-ray machine, ventilator, oxygen generator and related medical equipment to establish a 30-bed medical center. Women are also included in the Indian Army team.

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