Whereabouts of only missing Indian unknown- The New Indian Express

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NEW DELHI: The Whereabouts of the missing only Indian National who had been to earthquake-hit Turkey It is still unknown. 

The Individual identified as being 36 years old Vijay Kumar, an engineer hailing from Landsdowne, Uttarakhand, and works for BengaluruFirms that are based in the United States Oxyplants India.

According To see more, “The hotel he was booked in had collapsed during the earthquake. There has been no update on him yet. It is possible that he wasn’t in the hotel when the building came crumbling down, or was probably injured and is in hospital. The Indian government is working on getting more updates on him,” say sources.

Vijay It had reached Turkey On Jan 23 and was on a month-long official trip. He I was working on a project that was for a gas supply firm. He Last time he spoke with his family was on Sunday.

His The family is in touch Indian Embassy In Turkey But, there are no updates on him as of yet. Vijay’s wife and six-year-old son live in Dehradun.

Rescue Operations are becoming more difficult due to the fact that the hotel where he was being held is very close to a petrol station. Rescue operations are also challenging.

Earlier, Ministry Of External Affairs (MEA) Secretary, Sanjay Verma They had indicated that they were in touch Vijay’s family and also his firm in Bangalore.

Around 10 Indian nationals were stuck in different parts of the country due to the breakdown of services but they were all reported to be in a safe zone.

MeanwhileAfter the earthquake that struck, more than 22,000 people were killed and many others were injured. Turkey Syria On Monday. Rescue Workers are racing against the clock to rescue survivors from the rubble.

India NDRF teams have been sent to Turkey. Around 250 personnel specialised equipment and other relief materials weighing 135 tonnes have been sent to Turkey In five aircraft sorties. One A six-tonne aircraft carrying relief supplies was sent to Syria.

So far, India’s NDRF troops have rescued and treated 106 people at their field hospital in the Turkish City of Iskenderun.

The Individual identified as being 36 years old Vijay Kumar, an engineer hailing from Landsdowne, Uttarakhand, and works for BengaluruFirms with a -based base Oxyplants India.

According To see more, “The hotel he was booked in had collapsed during the earthquake. There has been no update on him yet. It is possible that he wasn’t in the hotel when the building came crumbling down, or was probably injured and is in hospital. The Indian government is working on getting more updates on him,” say sources.

Vijay It had reached Turkey On Jan 23 and was on a month-long official trip. He He was working on an assignment for a gas supply business. He Last time he spoke with his family was on Sunday.

His The family is in touch Indian Embassy In Turkey But, there are no updates on him as of yet. Vijay’s wife and six-year-old son live in Dehradun.

Rescue Operations are becoming more difficult due to the fact that the hotel where he was being held is very close to a petrol pump. Rescue operations are also challenging.

Earlier, Ministry Of External Affairs (MEA) Secretary, Sanjay Verma They had indicated that they were in touch Vijay’s family and also his firm in Bangalore.

Around 10 Indian nationals were stuck in different parts of the country due to the breakdown of services but they were all reported to be in a safe zone.

MeanwhileMore than 22,000 people have been killed in the earthquake and many more have been injured by it. Turkey Syria On Monday. Rescue Workers are racing against the clock to rescue survivors from the rubble.

India NDRF teams have been sent to Turkey. Around 250 personnel specialised equipment and other relief materials weighing 135 tonnes have been sent to Turkey In five aircraft sorties. One A six-tonne aircraft carrying relief supplies was sent to Syria.

So far, India’s NDRF troops have rescued and treated 106 people at their field hospital in the Turkish City of Iskenderun.

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