Anand Mahindra’s Latest Tweet Wins Internet

Mr. Mahindra’s post has garnered more than 177,000 likes.

Industrialist Anand Mahindra regularly updates his 10.3 million followers on Twitter with motivational videos and inspirational messages. This time, the Chairman of Mahindra Group took to the microblogging site to commend the Indian Army which has been working day and night to rescue and treat survivors of the Turkey earthquake.

In his contribution, Mr. Mahindra made a special mention of Major Beena Tiwari, who rescued a girl in the hospital opened by the Indian Armed Forces in the Turkish city of Iskenderun. He shared a photo of Major Tiwari with the girl, writing that the picture “can and should be the global picture of India”.

“Major Bina Tiwari with a rescued girl at the hospital opened by the Indian Army in Iskenderun. We have one of the largest armies in the world. They have decades of experience in rescue and peacekeeping operations. This can and should be a global picture of India. #TurkeyEarthquake,” Mr Mahindra wrote in the caption.

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The industrialist shared the image just a few hours ago and the post has already garnered more than 177,000 likes and almost 400,000 views.

“Exceptional service from the Indian Army,” wrote one user. “Bringing hope and smiles. What can be bigger and more livable?” commented another.

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A third user said: “What a framework, full of hope and empathy,” while a fourth added: “We are proud of the work they are doing to protect and support our country as it strives to meet the highest humanitarian standards.” maintain and will continue to do so.”

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Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that last week’s massive earthquake in Turkey and Syria marked the “worst natural disaster” in its Europe region in 100 years. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake, followed by a large aftershock, killed more than 35,000 people in both countries.

India announced “Operation Dost” soon after the quake devastated Turkey, dispatching an Indian Army team to set up 60 para-field hospitals and the NDRF for search and rescue operations, including relief and humanitarian assistance to the ” Dost” country. Today, the Union Health Ministry announced that India has sent emergency supplies containing life-saving medicines, protective items and critical care equipment worth over Rs 7 crore to earthquake-hit Turkiye and Syria.

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