He saved the lives of 100 people leaving his family trapped in the flood...
He saved the lives of 100 people leaving his family trapped in the flood...

GUWAHATI:While some miscreants are burning the country in protest against an agneepath scheme, on the other hand, the Army has once again set a wonderful example of the spirit of service to the country. Captain Das, an Officer of the Indian Army in flood-hit Assam, has set a unique example of serving others before himself. Rupam Das's own family was trapped in the floods, but they have saved more than 100 lives regardless of it.

Assamese Army Army army officer Rupam Das is carrying out rescue operations in the flood-hit areas of his home state reeling under devastating floods. Praising the efforts of Das, a resident of Pathshala in Assam, the Army on Sunday said, "During the flood rescue operation by the Army, the dedicated officer saved the lives of more than a hundred people even after his family members were trapped. "His actions are an exceptional example of selfless service to humanity and the nation. These kinds of inspiring actions reveal extraordinary human values and strong military beauty and reflect the fundamental qualities in the youth of the country. '

Army troops were deployed for rescue operations four days ago in the wake of floods in Assam. The Army's 14th Battalion has rescued more than 4,500 people in seven districts of the state. On Sunday, nine more people died due to floods and landslides. Of these, six were killed by floods and three due to landslides. With this, the total number of dead has gone up to 71.

More than 42.28 lakh people have been affected in 33 districts in the assam floods. In view of the floods, the Railways have cancelled several trains. Media quoting sources said that out of the 223 camps set up in the Kaziranga National Park, water has entered 44. Earlier on Sunday, four persons were reported missing after a boat capsized in the Brahmaputra river in Dibrugarh. Along with Assam, Meghalaya has also been badly affected by floods and landslides.

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