Enemies will not even notice the movement of the army, India is building new roads in Ladakh


Bangla Hunt Desk: The Indian Army will now be able to operate in Ladakh without being noticed by the enemy. To this end, the Indian government is working on a plan to build a new road from Manali to Leh. This road will be the third link connecting the central province to the rest of the country. India has been working for the past three years to provide alternative connectivity to the strategically important northern sub-sector, including Daulat Beg Oldi. Accordingly, work has begun on Khardung La Pass, the world's highest motorable road.

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The news agency ANI quoted government sources as saying, “Agencies are working to provide alternative links from Manali to Leh via the Nimu-Padam-Darcha Axis.” As a result of this alternative road, it will now take less time to pass Jozilla than Srinagar and Sarchu from Manali to Leh.

If this road is completed, it will take less than three hours to reach Leh from Manali. On the other hand, while deploying the army and large military equipment, the other enemies of Pakistan and India will not notice the movement of the army in the slightest.

The road that is still used to transport military supplies and troops passes through Jozilla. This road leads to Leh via Dras-Kargil Axis. The road was specifically targeted by the Pakistani army during the 1999 Kargil war.

According to sources, work has already started on this scheme. This new road will connect Manali and Leh with Nimu. Let it be known that Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Ladakh amid the ongoing dispute with China. There he went to Nimu base and increased the morale of the jawans.