Indians missing after earthquake in Taiwan found, Foreign Ministry gave information

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  • There was an earthquake of 7.7 magnitude in Taiwan on April 3.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed grief over the earthquake in Taiwan
  • Found out that all Indians are safe in Taiwan

At least 10 people were killed and more than a thousand were injured in a devastating earthquake that struck Taiwan on April 3. After the earthquake, rescue workers are busy searching for the missing people. The earthquake that occurred in Taiwan on Wednesday is considered to be the most powerful earthquake in the last 25 years. Many buildings were damaged in this. There are also reports of rockslides and landslides from many places. Rescue workers are searching for people with the help of drones and helicopters. During this period, many people including two Indians are reported missing. However, both the Indians are completely safe. This information has been given by the Indian Foreign Ministry.

Indians are safe

“After the earthquake, we could not establish contact with the two people, but now we have established contact, both are safe,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said at his weekly briefing. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed solidarity with the people affected by the earthquake in Taiwan. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen also thanked PM Modi for his support during ‘challenging times’.

‘Grateful for the support’

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we are deeply grateful for your kind words and support during these challenging times,” President Tsai posted on social media platform ‘X’. “The solidarity you have shown means a lot to the people of Taiwan as we all work quickly to normalize the situation.”

PM Modi expressed grief

In a post on ‘X’, PM Modi said, “Deeply saddened by the loss of life and property due to the earthquake in Taiwan. Our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and we pray for the speedy recovery of the injured.” “We stand in solidarity with the people of Taiwan as they deal with and recover from the earthquake,” he said.

India Taipei Association also expressed condolences

India-Taipei Association has also expressed its condolences to the earthquake victims. India established the ‘India Taipei Association’ in Taipei in 1995 with the aim of promoting dialogue between the two sides and facilitating trade, tourism and cultural exchanges. The India-Taipei Association is authorized to provide all consular and passport services. In 1995 itself, Taiwan also established the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in Delhi.

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