Jammu : Over 640 stranded passengers of Kargil were today airlifted between Leh, Srinagar and Jammu by special Indian Air Force (IAF) sorties arranged by the Jammu and Kashmir government, this was stated by State Coordinator AN32 Courier Service, Mr. Aamir Ali.
He told that 640 stranded passengers of Kargil were airlifted by an IL-76 cargo aircraft of the IAF.
A total of 219 of these were flown to Leh from Srinagar, 225 from Jammu to Leh, 156 from Leh to Jammu and 40 from Leh to Chandigarh”, he added.
The state government had Thursday announced that special IAF sorties would be arranged for stranded passengers of Kargil town which remains cut off due to heavy snowfall on the Zojilla Pass that connects Ladakh region with rest parts of the world.
Due to none operating of AN32 Courier Service from last 3 week due to bad weather, the authorities had arranged special IAF sorties between Leh, Jammu and Srinagar for people of Kargil. The stranded passengers include children, old aged person, patients and numbers of women’s also.
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