Selfless Jawans Gave Away Their Beds, Slept Outside In -9 Degree To Keep Sikkim Tourists Safe & Alive
While the news of the Indian Army rescuing more than 2800 Indian tourists stranded in East Sikkim’s 17th Mile area after heavy snowfall blocked roads, an eye-witness told another story of bravery by our jawans who slept outside in -9 degree to ensure the safety of the rescued tourists.
The tourists were quoted saying that the jawans shared their beds, sleeping bags and they themselves stayed outside in -9 degrees to keep them safe and alive. The story was originally done by The Darjeeling Chronicle.
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