Indian Army helps pregnant lady in distress in J-K village

Indian Army

The Indian Army carried out an emergency evacuation of a pregnant lady from the Sumwali village near the Line of Control (LoC) on Thursday as she was in distress.
An official statement from the Army said that the lady, identified as Atara, 30, was having severe abdominal pain when the locals called and urged the officials for medical assistance for a two-month pregnant lady. “On 24 November, 2009, at 2100 hours, the Indian Army Post at Nala received a distress call from locals requesting immediate medical assistance for a pregnant lady (two months) named Mrs. Atara, age 30 years, married to Mr. Rashid, who was suffering from severe abdominal pain. The Army Medical team at Nala Post checked the vitals and planned an emergency evacuation,” the Army release said.
It further mentioned that the villagers evacuated this lady from Sumwali to Chotali on a stretcher, and meanwhile, a party of 00-01-04 with Lt. Veh rushed from Paro to Chotali.
Furthermore, the lady was evacuated from Chotali to PHC Boniyar in an army vehicle with the Torna Battalion’s Quick Response Team (QRT).