Indian Army rescues 3 Chinese nationals in north Sikkim

New Delhi (NVI): The Indian Army rescued three Chinese nationals who lost their way in north Sikkim’s plateau area at 17,500 ft altitude and immediately provided them medical assistance.

The incident had taken place on September 3, according to an official press release.

The Army provided medical assistance including oxygen, food and warm clothes to the Chinese citizens, which included two men and a woman.

It also gave them appropriate guidance after which they returned to their destination, the release stated.

The Chinese nationals expressed their gratitude to India and the Indian Army for their prompt assistance.