The tourists were cut off from the outside world.
Soldiers of the Indian army saved about 2.5 thousands of tourists, who were cut off in the mountains on the Indo-China border in Sikkim in North-East India. On Saturday, December 29, reports ANI.
It is noted that cut off from the outside world was from 300 to 400 civilian cars with tourists, who were returning after a visit to the pass of natu La on the border of India with China.
Soldiers freed tourists to their barracks and provided them with everything necessary.
Currently, tourists can continue their journey because of too high snow cover. The evacuation of tourists will continue until, until they are all brought to the capital of Sikkim-Gangtok.
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