Indian Army saved 1300 tourists who trapped in Andamans
A deep depression that developed to the west of Andamans on Friday had sent the danger signals and made it difficult for ships to sail. It has left thousands of tourists marooned on the two islands. However, the Indian Army has been alerted and they saved around 1,300 tourists and they were ferried safely to Port Blair from Havelock by Coral Queen, ICG and other Naval vessels. Both Havelock and Neil islands are the popular islands and popular tourist destinations. Watch the video for more insight.
Tags: Indian Army, Andamans, Tourists,
Sun, Dec 16, 2018, 03:35 PM
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