India won’t send any rescue group to Nepal in post-quake,until the neighborhood country ask for help:Indian Government
May 12,New Delhi: India won’t send any rescue group to Nepal to aid the neighborhood country unless the neighboring nation looks for help in the wake of Tuesday’s seismic tremor.”Government will sit tight for a call from Nepal before sending any rescue group to Nepal,” a source aware of the thoughts at the most elevated amount of the administration said.The move bears essentially as after around 10 days of the April 25 tremor, Nepal had suddenly asked all remote rescue groups, including India‘s National Disaster Response Force, to return home.The administration, be that as it may, has kept the NDRF and the Indian Air Force in full caution and on standby to react to any crisis call from Nepal.
“We are mindful that the call may go to the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu or from Nepal Embassy in New Delhi. We are arranged,” the source said.Inside hours of the April 25 seismic tremor, Indian recue teams had arrived in Kathmandu and sent for rescue operations quickly.The issue of sending rescue teams figured at an high-level state meeting led by Union Home Secretary LC Goyal yet no choice was taken.
The meeting was gone to by agents of Ministries of External Affairs, Defense, National Disaster Management Authority, IMD beside than others.(PTI)
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