Central Reserve Police Force personnel (CRPF) jawans walked 12 kilometers to deliver food to hungry children in Jammu and Kashmir. A family trapped in a land slide on the national highway near Ramban in Jammu and Kashmir. CRPF personnel delivered food, water and milk for the hungry and thirsty children trapped between the line of vehicles for up to 12 kms. The special thing is that these CRPF jawans who came help to them, had to walk 12 kms on the mountainous path in the severe cold weather.
Commandant of the 84th battalion of CRPF told that Asifa, whose family was trapped in Digdol area of Ramban on Jammu-Srinagar highway, had sought help from CRPF to provide food to the hungry children. The CRPF’s helpline was contacted by Asifa’s family members. After this, the soldiers of the 84th battalion of CRPF were sent to help the immediate family on behalf of the helpline. In this team, other CRPF personnel including Inspector Raghuveer arrived with milk and food for the family’s children and others.
@crpfindia troops led by Insp Raghuveer of 157 Bn @JKZONECRPF walked 12 Kms to provide food, water and other items to the family of Asifa who was stuck for hours at Digdol NH-44 along with her kids due to a massive landslide. Asifa had contacted @CRPFmadadgaar for help. pic.twitter.com/LwFtdz52GK— CRPF Madadgaar (@CRPFmadadgaar) January 5, 2020
CRPF troops led by Inspector Raghuveer of 157 Bn, who walked 12 km on the hill path , said that the traffic jam was so much that it was very difficult to reach the family by any vehicle. In such a situation, these CRPF soldiers walked 12 km in the middle of the cold weather and reached the family. After this, the soldiers gave milk and food items to the children. On this special help from CRPF, Asifa’s family also thanked the CRPF jawans on the spot.