Modi thanks Citizens, NDRF, Armed Forces, Media for Helping Quake-hit Nepal

New Delhi, April 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked the Indian citizens, the NDRF teams, armed forces, and media for sharing pain of Nepal after a series of quakes jolted the entire neighbouring country.

In a series of tweets, Modi praised the efforts of NDRF teams and armed forces that have been engaged in rescue and evacuation works in Nepal. He also thanked the citizen of India for extending all types of help for Nepal.

In a tweet, he said, "If we want to thank anyone, it should be the 125 crore people of India who have made Nepal's pain their own & extended all help".

He also appreciated the doctors and volunteers who are overcoming the obstacles to restore normalcy in Nepal.

Modi saluted the sisters and brothers of Nepal and parts of India for their courage to face the disaster.

He also appreciated all the states for keeping cooperation with the Centre to work during the crisis.

Finally, he thanked media for covering the disaster reports from the ground.

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