New base for Indian Army in Eastern Ladakh

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Indian Army Upgrades Habitat Facilities For Troops In Eastern Ladakh

Indian Army has upgraded the living habitats for its troops in Eastern Ladakh as a precautionary measure amid the ongoing tensions with China. The accommodation includes beds, cupboards, electrical heating equipment and other facilities to tackle extreme-low temperatures. According to a statement by the Army, all the frontline troops have been accommodated in heated tents. Moreover, the troops are equipped with adequate infrastructure in case of any exigency.

Wed, 18 Nov 2020 - 04:54 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

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