The Indian Army on Friday rescued 81 tourists who were left stranded in Ladakh. The tourists were on a visit to Shyok.
According to a tweet from Northern Command, Indian Army, the tourists were stuck on the Pratapur-Tutuk road.
Braving adverse weather, #IndianArmy rescues 81 tourists visiting #Shyok region, stranded on #Partapur- #Turtuk road; immediate shelter, medical aid & warm clothing were provided. @adgpi @SpokespersonMoD @PIB_India pic.twitter.com/ayfRxVcsHy— NorthernComd.IA (@NorthernComd_IA) June 14, 2019
After the rescue, the tourists were immediately provided with shelter, warm clothes and medical aid for injured ones.
The rescued tourists were also given accessories like jackets, caps and warm clothes, and were taken to the Army camps.
During their stay, the tourist wrote thanksgiving messages for the Indian Army.
(With inputs from ANI)