Seven Army personnel were dead in an avalanche.

On February 6, an avalanche buried seven Indian Army servicemen who were part of a patrol in the Kameng Sector of Arunachal Pradesh.

Seven Army personnel were dead in an avalanche.
An avalanche in Arunachal Pradesh resulted in the deaths of seven Army soldiers.

Pradesh was confirmed dead on February 6.The dead have been recovered from the avalanche scene, according to the Indian Army.Search and rescue crews had been evacuated to the scene by the Army.

According to the Army, the area has been experiencing severe weather with heavy snowfall for several days.

The Chume Gyater area is about 100 kilometres from Tawang’s district seat.The seven troops were members of the Indian Army’s 19th Jammu & Kashmir Rifles, an infantry regiment.

Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, has expressed her condolences over the deaths of seven army personnel.

“Deeply pained to learn of the unfortunate demise of our 7 courageous jawans in the line of duty in Arunachal Pradesh,” Mamata stated.

Our jawans are working tirelessly to ensure our safety and security.

My respect and admiration for the jawans. My heartfelt condolences go out to their family and coworkers.

Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, has also expressed his condolences. “, he explained “I was saddened to learn about the killing of Army personnel in the Arunachal Pradesh avalanche catastrophe. My heartfelt sympathies to their loved ones. The martyrs are honoured.”

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