SDRF team rescues stranded cattle amidst flood in northern India
The SDRF team in northern India’s Himachal Pradesh successfully saves four cattle trapped, ensuring their safety.
The incident took place in Kangra district on July 10.
Visuals showed the SDRF team bravely navigating the challenging rescue operation amid heavy rainfall. The roaring Baner rivulet, swollen and tumultuous, creates a dynamic backdrop as team members, equipped in waterproof gear. With unwavering determination, they rescued the stranded cattle. Despite the relentless rain, the team perseveres, embodying the spirit of true heroes.
The meteorological department has issued a “red” alert for seven districts in Himachal Pradesh, warning that extremely heavy rainfall is likely to occur.
Six under-construction houses were damaged in a landslide following rains in the Kasauli area of Solan district but no casualty was reported.
The district administration has shifted the labourers to safe places. Landslides and flash floods blocked several roads in Shimla, Sirmaur, Lahaul and Spiti, Chamba and Solan districts.