Turkey Syria Devastating Earthquake Humanitarian Aid Cargo As 7th Indian Aircraft Lands In Turkey Under Operation Dost

Turkiye-Syria Devastating Earthquake: In the midst of devastation caused by the devastating earthquake in Turkiye (Turkey) and Syria, the operation to save people is going on continuously. Many countries of the world including India are working very actively to help the disaster victims. Meanwhile, the Government of India has sent relief material through another plane for the earthquake victims of Turkey and Syria. The 7th Indian aircraft landed in Turkey on Sunday (February 12) with blankets, medicines and many other essentials.

The representative of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs received a consignment of ventilator machines, anesthesia machines and other equipment and medicines for 60 para field hospitals. According to media reports, 400 patients are being treated daily in the Indian Army hospital. Homeless people are being given shelter. The number of dead is expected to increase further. Between relief and rescue, bodies are continuously being removed from the debris.

Help through ‘Operation Dost’

In Turkey and Syria, India is working to provide help through ‘Operation Dost’. The seventh Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft carrying relief material for earthquake victims landed in Adana on Sunday. There are many relief materials including blankets, tents in this aircraft. Apart from this, there are emergency medicines, medical equipment, milk powder for children and many more items of consumption. The death toll due to the deadly earthquake in Turkey and Syria has crossed 29 thousand. At the same time, lakhs of people have become homeless.

India’s 7th aircraft reached Turkey

IAF C-17 Globemaster arrived with over 35 tonnes of medical equipment and relief material. Out of this, 12 tons of material is for Turkey, while about 23 tons of relief material will be sent to Syria. Indian Ambassador Dr Virender Paul and Colonel Manuj Garg along with Turkish officials received the consignment at Turkey’s Adana airport.

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