“Operation Dost,” where India dispatched teams for search and rescue. Primarily three NDRF teams, a field hospital, supplies, medical supplies, and equipment were sent to Turkey and Syria.
India has sent teams for search and rescue, three NDRF teams, a field hospital, supplies, medical supplies, and gear to Turkey and Syria in support of Operation Dost. India has started “Operation Dost” to provide humanitarian relief to Turkey in response to the earthquakes that have struck Turkey and Syria, which have killed over 21,000 people and destroyed vast amounts of property.
Along with the three teams, seven trucks and vehicles with four wheels as well as four dogs were flown by an Indian Air Force (IAF) C-17 heavy-load aircraft. India, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, strongly supported the Turkish people.
The NDRF contains deep radar systems that can detect faint noises like the heartbeat or the sound of a human, and it uses chip and stone cutters to break through fallen concrete slabs and other structures.
Before transferring the injured to officials in charge of medical response, the NDRF is trying to rescue living victims from beneath the wreckage.