Raigad News : 16 crew members rescued from sinking MV Mangalam near Revdanda port
Raigad : Carrying out a rescue operation in inclement weather and rough sea conditions in Raigad district of Maharashtra, ICG helicopters have bravely rescued 16 crew members from MV Mangalam. The incident is of June 17. 16 crew members have been rescued from the sinking MV Mangalam near Revdanda port in Raigad district of Maharashtra.
It is being said that on getting information about the incident, MRCC Mumbai started a rescue operation. ICG vessel Subhadra Kumari Chauhan left Murud Janjira at 8 am and reached the area. Simultaneously, 02 helicopters were launched from Daman and all the 16 crew were safely evacuated from the ship.
Earlier, a case was also reported from Jammu and Kashmir, in which security forces in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir, by conducting an operation, saved two people from drowning in the river. Officials gave this information on Thursday. A Defense Ministry spokesman said that two men in a JCB vehicle were working on the banks of the Maria river at Nawapachi in Kishtwar district when suddenly their vehicle started sinking.
Both the men went to the depth of 500 meters in the flow of the river. The local people informed the army about this incident, after which the army and police teams immediately reached the spot. Ignoring the strong current, the army and police personnel jumped into the river.
In this operation that lasted for about 90 minutes, JCB driver Sajid Ahmed Mir and assistant Mushtaq Ahmed were saved. Local people have praised the army and police personnel for this campaign.