The India-China border is on the verge of ending the 28-month-old standoff in eastern Ladakh. By September 12, the armies of both the countries will withdraw. Meanwhile, ANI is quoted as saying that the Indian Army has built a bridge over the Indus river in the Ladakh sector. Due to which the Indian Army will be able to give a befitting reply to the nefarious intentions of China.
Army vehicles are filling the bridge built on the Indus river
The Indian Army Corps of Engineers has prepared a bridge over the Indus river in the Ladakh sector , in which the vehicles of the army are running. Heavy vehicles of the army are able to move easily on that bridge. The video of the bridge construction is also going viral.
India will give a befitting reply to China
The bridge built by the Indian Army across the Indus river in the Ladakh sector, adjacent to the China border, will greatly benefit the soldiers. The activity of the Chinese army on the Indian border always continues. By the way, the Indian Army can give a befitting reply to the dragon.
Army Chief flies Apache helicopter in Ladakh
Army Chief Manoj Pandey flew in an Apache helicopter of the Indian Army during a two-day visit to Ladakh. During this, he was introduced to the features of the Apache helicopter and was briefed about its capabilities and roles.
Army Chief's visit to Ladakh amid withdrawal of troops from Patrolling Point 15
Two days after the Indian and Chinese forces began their retreat from the Gogra-Hotspring area of Ladakh, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey conducted a comprehensive review of the overall security situation in the eastern Ladakh region. General Pandey also witnessed the Parvat Prahar military exercise apart from interacting with the officers and soldiers posted in the area. The operational capabilities of the cannon and other major weapon systems were demonstrated in this exercise.
Army Chief takes stock of Indian Army's preparations on China border
General Pandey was also informed about the Indian Army's overall preparations for the war, as well as the withdrawal of Indian and Chinese troops from the Gogra-Hotspring area. Lt Gen Anindya Sengupta, Commander of the Leh-based Fire and Fury Corps and other senior officers apprised Gen Pandey of the overall security situation, including the withdrawal of troops from both sides from Patrolling Point 15.