After that, a tweet was made from the Turkish Embassy in New Delhi praising India. Turkish Ambassador Firat Sunel tweeted, ‘Thank you India for sending tents, blankets and sleeping bags. These materials will help the homeless.’ Earlier, after the terrible earthquake on February 6, it gave a message to stand by the Turkish government Government of India. New Delhi sent a 100-member rescue team for rescue work in the earthquake-hit areas. Along with that, relief materials were also sent. To stay with Turkey at that time Modi Govt Ambassador of Turkey Sunel tweeted in appreciation. He claimed that India’s help was a symbol of friendship. Also, the Turkish ambassador emphasized on strengthening New Delhi-Turkey relations.
Meanwhile, the Indian Army plane carrying 23 tonnes of relief material on Sunday in turkish On arrival, he was welcomed by the country’s Ministry of Environment. Turkish Environment Minister Moutaz Douaji was present to welcome the Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arandim Bagchi in a tweet. Turkey has become a place of death due to severe earthquake. It is reported that more than 34 thousand people have died so far. Millions were injured. The administration estimates that many people are still trapped in the rubble. Fears have already been expressed from various quarters that the death toll may exceed 50,000.