Watch how Indian army will be able to reach Doklam in just 40 minutes now

03 Oct 2019 09:48 PM

Watch how Indian army will be able to reach Doklam in just 40 minutes now

Updated 03 Oct 2019 09:48 PM

In a great effort by Indian army, three new roads have been contructed near Doklam border. Now, Indian army reaches Doklam in just 40 minutes instead of seven hours.
The two armies almost came to blows in 2017 when Indian soldiers halted a road construction by the Chinese at Doklam, an area close to Indian border claimed by Bhutan.

The white paper also said the People's Liberation Army stands guard against encroachment, infiltration in the country.

The 73-day standoff Doklam stand-off severely hit the already-strained ties between the countries that have a long-winding vexed border dispute. However, the ties have been revived between the two countries.

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