Two Indian Navy ships pressed into action to provide assistance to typhoon-battered Japan

Typhoon Hagibis made landfall south of Tokyo on Saturday, bringing heavy rains and causing floods.

Published: 13th October 2019 06:33 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th October 2019 06:33 PM   |  A+A-

South Korea typhoon, Mitag

Buildings are inundated by floodwaters from heavy rains caused by Typhoon Mitag. (Photo |AFP)

By PTI

NEW DELHI: The Navy has pressed two of its ships into service to provide assistance to typhoon-battered Japan, it said on Sunday.

The Navy has deployed INS Sahyadri and INS Kiltan to render assistance to Japan.

"As Japan battles the devastation and damage from #Typhoon #Hagibis.

#IndianNavy ships #INSSahyadri & #INSKiltan mission deployed in the area are ready to render assistance as requested. @PMOIndia @IndianEmbTokyo @SpokespersonMoD," the Navy said in a tweet.

Typhoon Hagibis made landfall south of Tokyo on Saturday, bringing heavy rains and causing floods.

READ| PM Narendra Modi condoles loss of lives in Japan due to Typhoon Hagibis

Nearly 26 people have been killed and hundreds injured due to the destruction. Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the deaths due to the cyclone on Sunday.

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