100 NDRF personnel airlifted to Srinagar

KL Report

SRINAGAR

As reported exclusively by Kashmir Life last night that the Central government has stand-by four NDRF teams to deal with any eventuality, reports now suggest that 100 NDRF personnel have been airlifted to Srinagar to deal with the situation in the wake of flood threat.

Director General Disaster Management (NDRF) OP Singh told KNS over phone from New Delhi that four teams of Response Force have been kept in readiness and 100 NDRF personnel have been airlifted to Srinagar to deal with any eventuality in the wake of flood threat.

It is to mention here that the government Monday morning said that that water crosses danger level at Ram Munshi Bagh and Sangam, and asks people living in low lying areas to move to the safer places.

An official spokesman said that water level in Jhelum at Ram Munshi Bagh crossed 18 feet and at Sangam, 22 feet. People living in low lying areas, especially in and around Jhelum have been advised to move to safer areas.

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