Indian Navy rescued people in Cyclone hit Mozambique
Indian naval crew has rescued more than 192 people in the Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique in Africa. 3 Indian ships- INS Sujata, ICGS Sarathi and INS Shardul have undertook the Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief in coordination with local authorities and the High Commission of India, Maputo. Medical assistance has been facilitated to over 1,400 people in medical camps set up by the Indian Navy. Indian Navy ships have also provided fresh water in relief camps, undertaking community service including clearing of debris and repairing damaged roads etc.
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