Nepal Quake: Relief materials released from India, rescue operation in full swing
Kathmandu/ New Delhi, April 27 (ANI): Rescue operations are in full swing in Nepalese capital Kathmandu on Monday as the weather got clear in the earthquake hit country. Officials were seen taking out dead bodies from the rubble of the buildings that collapsed following the 7.9 magnitude earthquake in the valley. Construction vehicles are pushed in action in order to clear the debris to facilitate the rescue work. Meanwhile, India and other countries from international community are doing all to help and support Nepal at this time of crisis. Indian Air Force is sending relief materials to the affected people in Nepal and are getting equipped to provide all support needed. A total of 14 Air Force planes are involved in the process of evacuation which includes C17 and C130 aircrafts among others which are leaving for the earthquake hit valley from Hindon airbase near Delhi. The air force is also sending communication vehicles, water tanks, medical aid and other necessary luggage to Kathmandu.
Watch the Video below