Jammu and Kashmir Floods Information
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As you read this, massive rescue operations continue in the flood-hit area of Jammu and Kashmir as the death toll has crossed 200 in the worst floods that the state has witnessed in the last 60 years. Around 50,000 people have been rescued so far but 6 Lakh people are still stranded.
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A big salute to the Indian Army!
A flood-affected villager being rescued using a rope by the army. DONATE
Army soldiers rescue villagers trapped in flash flood using rope. DONATE
Army soldiers and villagers recover the wreckage of bus, which was washed away in flash flood in Rajouri district. DONATE
Residents rest with their belongings on the banks of the River Tawi. DONATE
A boy stands and watches the Ganesh Murthi, which is submerged in flood water. DONATE
Many lost their homes. DONATE
Transport badly affected. DONATE
More than 200 people have lost their lives. DONATE
Thousands have gone missing. DONATE
Prime Minister Narendra Modi aerially surveys the flood hit state of Jammu and Kashmir. DONATE
Hundreds of villages were submerged due to incessant rain for six days. DONATE
Army CRPF and Civil Defence personnel rescuing flood-hit people at Akran Nowpora in Kulgam district. DONATE
Locals rescuing flood-affected villagers at Akran Nowpora in Kulgam after heavy rains deluged nearby villages on Wednesday. DONATE
Army personnel rescuing flood-affected villagers of Mirbaazar with a rope in Kulgam district after heavy rains deluged the village. DONATE
Kashmiri residents carrying a goat wade through flood waters in Srinagar. DONATE