Major Rescue operations by Indian Army during 2015
Indian army led for flushing out bodo militants in Assam.
Indian Army aided Nepal which got struck after 7.8 magnitude earthquakes. This operation involved number of Indian military aircraft and choppers along with bus services through road route. Along with them more than 1000 trained personnel of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) will also take part in this operation. Since the launch of operation more than 1000 Indian citizens have been safely flown from Nepal. It should be noted that India was the first nation to respond to the earthquake crisis in Nepal, by launching a full-fledged rescue and relief.
Indian armed forces evacuated 4000 Indian citizens and other foreign nationals from Yemen during the 2015 military intervention by Saudi Arabia and its allies in that country during the Yemeni crisis.
Indian army launched the operation to provide security to the devotees who took part in the 59 day long amaranth yatra in Jammu & Kashmir.
Joint effort by Indian armed forces along with national disaster management force personnel to evacuate thousands of people stranded in floods in Tamilnadu and extended relief operations.