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Indian Army distributes relief materials to GLOF affected people in North Sikkim

First Published: 12th May, 2024 20:24 IST

Under the project Operation Sadbhavana, Indian Army’s Trishakti Corps reaffirmed its enduring commitment to the locals of North Sikkim in Rangrang and Naga Village.

The Trishakti Corps of the Indian Army today distributed essential relief materials providing much needed assistance to the affected communities of Naga and Rang Rang Village in aftermath of the devastating GLOF, that wreaked havoc in North Sikkim.

Under the project Operation Sadbhavana, Indian Army’s Trishakti Corps reaffirmed its enduring commitment to the locals of North Sikkim in Rangrang and Naga Village.

Trishakti Corps also conducted a medical camp providing necessary medical investigations, medicines and imparted invaluable insights on comprehensive health to the locals. This noble endeavour touched the lives of over 150 patients hailing from both the villages.

Further, local youths were empowered through an enriching lecture and video demonstration on the Agniveer Scheme, nurturing their potential and fostering a brighter future for the generations to come.

The Indian Army’s efforts exemplify the spirit of service and compassion, reinforcing the bond between the armed forces and the local populace. Operation Sadbhavana, with its focus on community development, has been pivotal in creating a positive impact on the lives of residents in the border villages.

The Indian Army reaffirmed its commitment to continuing such community-driven activities in the future, promoting harmony and solidarity in the border villages of Sikkim.

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