News Desk, Tech for FTCP, Uttarkashi / Dharchula
Updated Mon, 07 Sep 2020 09:37 PM IST
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- Army vehicles assembled at Chinyalisaur airport
Explain that the district's 117 km border is with China. The Indian Army and ITBP personnel are giving duty with full vigor at the forward posts of this border. A battalion of the Indian Army is stationed at Harshil Base Camp. Due to the heterogeneous geographical conditions, there has never been Chinese infiltration from this border, but the army is also taking full vigil in the border between China and China.
This is the reason that military activities have intensified here since the ongoing dispute with China over the Ladakh border since last May. For the past few days, Indian Army aircraft have been seen flying in the sky of the district. Along with this, military activities have increased at Chinyalisaur Airport, which is closest to the border for the last two days.
A large number of army vehicles have arrived here with logistical accessories. Army and administration officials are not saying anything clearly in this matter related to national security, but it is believed that in the next few days a large number of army personnel will be sent to the border area.
Jet fighter roared from Milam to Lipulek
Indian military and paramilitary forces have increased their deployment in Lipulekh and Milam in view of China's growing activities along the border. From Kalapani to Lipulekh, the personnel are monitoring the border around the clock. There is a movement of security forces personnel from Dharchula to the continuous transcriptional border.
There is a high alert on the border. The border is also being monitored by air along with ground surveillance. The Air Force jet fighter also flew over the border on Monday at around 10 am, although no unwanted activities have been carried out by the Chinese side at the Lipulek border.
The SSB is also patrolling from Dharchula to Kalapani along the Indo-Nepal border. Strict watch is being kept on the illegal entry into the Kali River including international suspension bridges.
Ration will be transported by helicopter and vehicles
According to sources, this time in the high Himalayan regions, the army and paramilitary forces will be deployed in sufficient numbers in winter also. In such a situation, adequate amount of logistics will be provided for the security forces. Ration will be carried by helicopter and vehicles to Gunji for the troops stationed at Lipulekh border. Due to Milam not yet connecting with the road, ration will be supplied by helicopter.