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Commander-in-Chief Manoj Pandey said the Indian army is proud of the military medical teams involved in humanitarian and relief efforts in earthquake-hit Turkey.

India carried out rescue and relief operations dubbed ‘Operation Dost’ in Turkey and Syria, which were hit by the February 6 earthquake.

India’s emergency response team comprising 99 members of the Army Hospital Corps, National Disaster Response Force returned to India from Turkey on Feb. 20.

Chief of Staff Manoj Pandey was in contact with the medical team involved in the rescue operation at the army hospital theater in the Delhi Cantonment area.

He went on to say: We are proud of our medical team involved in humanitarian aid and relief efforts in Turkey.

3,600 people were treated within 6 hours in field hospitals in the affected area. Several surgeries have been performed, including amputations and life-saving surgeries. He said this ensures they are ready to act in all situations.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Defence, 3,604 emergency treatments, 4 major surgeries and 63 minor surgeries were performed in the hospitals established by the Indian Army Medical Corps.

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