Rajouri: Damage of houses and crops due to Jammu and Kashmir floods pic.twitter.com/jHdrJQic7k— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
We've been waiting since 2 hours,I hv seen 4 helicopters,Yes I want to go home-Divya,Girl rescued from flood hit area pic.twitter.com/udo22xCn4U— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
Srinagar (J&K): Rescued people waiting at Nehru Helipad pic.twitter.com/0waK61zZ4C— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
Srinagar: Aerial view of Dal lake affected by flood waters pic.twitter.com/msdWY06p94— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
One of the attacked personnel has been flown to Chandigarh for treatment in a critical state. It is said that the workers were beaten with sticks and their rubber boats were punctured.
Army,Airforce,NDRF,Police&Civil Administration are carrying out all efforts to reach out to ppl-Omar Abdullah pic.twitter.com/emUiJvXkU9— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
It cannot be denied that situation is very serious- Omar Abdullah, J&K CM pic.twitter.com/Kj3vYmAxBZ— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
In what is considered the worst floods in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian armed forces along with NDRF have launched a massive rescue operation. Recent updates suggest that close to 90,000 people have been rescued while over 6 lakh are still stranded.
We are continuously working towards rescuing people and providing them with relief material- Omar Abdullah, J&K CM pic.twitter.com/o7Gf6qgxPn— ANI (@ANI_news) September 10, 2014
A breakdown in phone lines has increased problems in rescue efforts, despite the fact that it has been restored in many areas in Srinagar.
Acknowledging public fury, chief minister Omar Abdullah said,"I understand the anger but it is not true that nothing is happening...this situation is unprecedented."
He further added,"We asked people to move out of their homes and sent vehicles, but many did not do so believing that the water would subside."