Stuck in River Sindh in Sonamarg, Indian Army rescues 4 people

Srinagar, June 13  : A team of Indian Army on Sunday rescued four people from Srinagar, who were stuck along with their vehicle in the Sindh River in Sonamarg.
According to the news agency Kashmir News Service– KNS, as per the reports of Indian Army, four people had come for a picnic to Sonamarg but got stuck along with their vehicle in Sindh River, when they attempted to cross over to the far bank of Sind river near Baltal.
The report states that a patrolling team of the Indian Army from the Battalion deployed at Baltal-Domel for Amarnath Yatra noticed the vehicle in the Sindh River and a rescue team of the Indian Army was promptly rushed to the spot along with a recovery vehicle and equipment and rescued three people.
The report further stated that the army employed their JCB and recovery vehicle to retrieve the vehicle from the Sind River–(KNS)

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