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Army & Civil Administration’s Collaborative Response Prevents Disaster Amidst Massive Forest Fire Threat to DeraKiGali

Srinagar, Jan 14: Indian Army along with civil administration successfully averted a potential catastrophe when a massive forest fire erupted near DeraKiGali, endangering both civilian and military infrastructure. The timely and coordinated efforts of the Indian Army, civilian agencies, and security forces played a crucial role in bringing the raging inferno under control.

The fire, which broke out perilously close to DeraKiGali, posed a severe threat to the lives of residents and the strategic infrastructure in the area. However, the Indian Army responded swiftly, deploying firefighting units and personnel to contain the blaze and prevent it from spreading further.

The joint operation involving civil agencies and security forces showcased a synergistic approach to crisis management. The combined efforts of these teams ensured a rapid and efficient response, ultimately saving many lives and protecting critical infrastructure.

As the fire was brought under control, the authorities commended the seamless coordination between the Indian Army and civilian agencies. The incident highlights the preparedness and responsiveness of the Indian Army in tackling emergencies, showcasing their commitment to safeguarding both civilian and military assets.

The successful containment of the forest fire stands as a testament to the effectiveness of collaborative efforts in times of crisis, underscoring the importance of a unified approach to disaster response and mitigation.

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