Watch Indian NDRF Team Rescued 6-Year-Old Girl From Rubble Turkiye Earthquake Video

Turkiye-Syria Earthquake: More than 19 thousand people have died in earthquake-ravaged Turkey and Syria. In the affected areas, Indian rescue teams have united there day and night to save the people. India’s NDRF team is conducting rescue and relief operations at Ground Zero with several sniffer dogs. On Thursday, the NDRF rescued a 6-year-old girl from the debris there. The video of this incident has surfaced.

It can be seen in this video that a girl is wrapped in a blanket. She was provided strong security with a special device, while a doctor is examining the health of the girl child. People in yellow helmets slowly take that girl on a stretcher.

The video of this operation was also shared on the Twitter handle of the Ministry of Home Affairs of India. According to the caption of the video, a six-year-old girl was pulled out from the debris of a collapsed building by the NDRF team in Turkey. The team was able to get him out safely. All this happened in that country, where on February 6, the strong tremors of the earthquake had caused widespread devastation.

India running Operation Dost

“We stand with Turkey in this natural disaster. Our NDRF team is conducting rescue and relief operations at Ground Zero. Today Team IND-11 reached Gaziantep,” Indian Home Ministry spokesperson tweeted with the hashtag “Operation Dost”. Successfully rescued a 6 year old girl from Noordagi. At the same time, NDRF Director General Atul Karwal said that on Tuesday a team of 51 NDRF personnel left for Turkey to join the two teams already deployed there.

NDRF Director General Atul Karwal told news agency PTI that 101 personnel, divided into two teams sent to Turkey on Tuesday, have been deployed in Nurdagi and Urfa, the two worst-affected areas of Gaziantep province.

Teams have enough ration, tents and other logistics

NDRF teams can sustain themselves there for about two weeks, as they have enough ration, tents and other logistics. Karwal said, “We have provided our rescuers with special winter clothes to work in the extremely cold climate of Turkey. These clothes have been taken from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and some other organizations.”

Earthquake came when people were sleeping

In the affected areas in Turkey, rescue workers are searching for survivors in the bitter cold. Thousands of buildings have collapsed there, and bad weather has hampered relief work in the last 4 days. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria in the early hours of Monday when people were sleeping.

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