Army jawans slept outside in -9 degree Celsius for the safety of tourists.

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SIKKIM : While the news of the Indian Army rescuing more than 2800 Indian tourists stranded in East Sikkim’s 17th Mile area after heavy snowfall roads were blocked.

An eye-witness told another story of bravery by our jawans who slept outside in -9 degree to ensure the safety of the rescued tourists.

The tourists were quoted as saying by a report in the Darjeeling Chronicle that the jawans shared their beds, sleeping bags and they themselves stayed outside in -9 degrees to keep them safe and alive.

One of the rescued tourists, Aryan Ahmad, wrote and DNA quoted him saying, “They shared their bed, sleeping bag and all stayed outside in -9 degree Celsius just to keep us safe and alive, words are not enough to thank them for what they have done for everyone.”

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