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J-K: Indian Army rescues 17 trekkers

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The Indian Army evacuated 17 trekkers on Thursday who were participating in a seven-lake trek to Jammu Kashmir.
According to an army press release, the trekkers were left stranded due to severe snowfall and bad weather near Vishansar lake.
The army released a press release saying that the Displaced Equipment Team (det), Indian Army, located at Sonamarg successfully evacuated 17 trekkers. They were on a famous Seven Lake Trek and were stranded by bad weather and severe winter snowfall near Vishan Sar.”

After more than 12 hours of patrolling the terrain, the army saved the trekkers and took them to the Army camp.

“After twelve hours of patrolling on difficult terrain, the army team was finally able to evacuate all tourists safely and bring them back into the Army camp. It said that all the rescuers, especially the Indian Army, were grateful for their help.

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