J.K. : The Indian Army saves 17 hikers

The Indian Army evacuated at least 17 hikers on a seven-lake trek in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday . The army team was able to safely evacuate all tourists and return to the Army camp .

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) India, June 24: The Indian Army evacuated at least 17 hikers on a seven-lake trek in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.According to the army press release, these trekkers were forced to stop on the trek due to bad weather and heavy snowfall near Vishansar lake.The army's Displaced Equipment Team (det) at Sonamarg successfully evacuated 17 trekkers who were on the famous Seven Lake trek and were stranded near Vishan Sar due to bad weather and heavy snowfall, according to the army press release.After more than 12 hours of patrolling in the wild, the army rescued these hikers and brought them to the Army camp.

The rescue team, particularly the Indian Army, was grateful to the rescued trekkers, according to the article.