Army dog gets commended for aid in Amarnath rescue, relief operations. See pic

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The dog was commended for its outstanding service during the recent rescue and relief operations after the cloud burst incident in the Amarnath cave in Jammu and Kashmir.

An army dog, Holi, is being hailed as a hero for aiding in the recent rescue and relief operations after the cloud burst incident that took place in the Amarnath cave in Jammu and Kashmir. Shared on Twitter, the picture shows the Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi acknowledging the contribution of the army dog named Holi.

“Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi today commended the Army dog named Holi for its role during the recent rescue and relief operations after the cloud burst in the Amarnath cave in Jammu and Kashmir,” reads the caption of the image shared by Asian News International (ANI) on Twitter.

Take a look at the tweet below:

The tweet, since being shared a day ago, has amassed over 14,200 likes. The post has also accumulated more than 1,200 retweets. It has also struck a chord with netizens who posted several comments.

“Awwww,” commented a Twitter user. “Awwww. Look at the way he is looking at the officer.. my heart,” posted another. “Man’s ever faithful friend,” expressed a third. “Brave one,” shared a fourth with an Indian flag emoticon. “Heartwarming and commendable!” wrote a fifth.

Indian Army’s Northern command also took to Twitter to share pictures of Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi commending NDRF, JKP, SABB and Army personnel for their selfless service during the recent cloud burst incident.


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