NDRF team returns to India after successfully completing 'Operation Dost' in earthquake-hit Turkey, warmly welcomed
Operation Dost in Turkey: The Indian team has returned for relief work in earthquake-hit Turkey. The NDRF team running Operation Dost in Turkey returned home on Friday. The first C-17 Globemaster aircraft of NDRF personnel reached Hindon Airport at 9:00 am.
Under Operation Dost, the first team of NDRF, which went to help in the relief and rescue work of earthquake-hit Turkey, returned home on Friday. The brave team members and two sniffer dogs have returned to India. Let us tell you that within 24 hours of the earthquake in Turkey on February 6, India started Operation Dost in Turkey by sending NDRF teams. Jawans of the 8th Battalion of NDRF, who arrived in Turkey after the earthquake, saved many lives through their courageous actions. An NDRF team returned to India on Friday after running Operation Dost successfully for about 10 days. The first C-17 Globemaster aircraft of NDRF personnel reached Hindon Airport at 9:00 am. The NDRF team that returned to India received a warm welcome at the Hindon Air Force Airport. During the team's return home in Turkey, people clapped and sent them off.
NDRF personnel who returned to India were warmly welcomed by top NDRF officials at the airstrip in Hindon Air Force for making Operation Dost a success. NDRF personnel left for the battalion at Govindpuram after meeting Air Force officials from Hindon airport.
NDRF has given information about the success of Operation Dost and the return of the Indian team by tweeting. National Disaster Response Force personnel are seen in the tweet. Along with this, a video has also been shared. In which the people of Turkey are standing and clapping at Andan Airport in Turkey and sending off the Indian soldiers.
In the same month, on February 6, the earthquake in Turkey and Syria caused huge devastation in both countries. According to the information, more than 40 thousand people have died due to this earthquake. At the same time, immediately after the earthquake, Prime Minister Modi tweeted and assured help to Turkey and Syria and soon after that India started Operation Dost.