Air India too takes part in J-K flood relief, see how

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New Delhi, Sept 16:Air India is said to have contributed in the jammu and Kashmir flood relief in its own small way. It as transported 21 lifeboats from New York to Srinagar free of cost to aid the Indian defence forces in rescuing the stranded in the floods.

The 21 inflatable boats, weighing 100 kilos, were donated by a "good samaritan" and were flown in a direct flight from New York to New Delhi, from where they were transported to Srinagar.

It needs to be mentioned that Air India had earlier too, carried 15 boats for the Indian armed forces for evacuation purpose. It had also transported 20 tonnes of relief material including medicines, blankets, cooked food, and chlorine tablets from New Delhi to Srinagar. It had been flying in relief materials to Leh too and transporting paramilitary personnel for rescue operations.

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