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Border Road Organisation Working 24×7 To Facilitate Army Movement In Ladakh

A row has erupted over India-China border in Ladakh since killing of 20 Indian troopers in June. (File)

New Delhi:

To facilitate quick motion of safety forces and straightforward deployment of heavy equipment and different weapons to places alongside Ladakh’s Line of Actual Control (LAC) – the de issue border between India and China – amid ongoing stress between the 2 international locations, the Border Road Organisation (BRO) has began working round the clock to complete constructing roads to Leh and clear the patches which have seen landslides or have been blocked.

The BRO officers mentioned sensing the gravity of the present scenario alongside the China border they’ve significantly elevated their workforce, together with employed labour, who’re utilizing newest equipment to put roads and blast mountain rocks to clear passages. They mentioned they’re working in double shifts and over the weekends to perform this job, particularly forward of the winter months.

A row has erupted over the India-China border in Ladakh for the reason that killing of 20 Indian troopers in June. Though prime military officers and ministers of the 2 nuclear-armed nations have since held a number of rounds of conferences to push for mutual de-escalation, the standoff continues with China even growing deployment of males and equipment alongside the LAC.

“In the current situation, to help the Army and other military forces transport any heavy machinery, the BRO has been using latest machines, the kind one won’t find in any other part of the country, that have increased our speed of making roads 10 times and reduced the risk to human life,” B Kishan, Executive Engineer Officer commanding, 81 Road Construction Company, BRO informed ANI.

The Border Road Organisation has additionally been connecting present roads as per the requirement of armed forces.


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