Traffic stalled due to heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir, BSF airlifts 4 patients from Tangdhar sector


Srinagar: Heavy snowfall is occurring in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this, the traffic has come to a standstill. Meanwhile, the Border Security Force (BSF) Kashmir on Sunday airlifted four patients, including a BSF jawan, two women, and a child. All of them have been airlifted from the snow-clad Tangdhar sector in district headquarters Kupwara for treatment. BSF has given this information.

BSF tweeted on its official Twitter account and said, “Today BSF Kashmir evacuated three patients in an emergency from Snow Bond area, Tangdhar LoC. The patients included an elderly woman and a child. Humanity has always been the top priority of BSF and helps people from remote places in every adversity.”

Meanwhile, news agency ANI tweeted, “BSF airlifts four patients, including a BSF jawan, from snow-covered Tangdhar sector in Jammu and Kashmir.”

Let us inform you that there was heavy snowfall in Kashmir due to which the roads have been closed. People are facing lot of problems. In such a situation, BSF airlifted three civilian patients, including an old woman and a child, for emergency medical treatment from the snowy area of ​​Tangdhar in Kashmir.