Amid tension at LAC, Army jawans get multilayered clothing for braving chilly winters in Ladakh
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
The Army is providing the troops deployed in high altitude areas with multi-layered clothing. According to the Indian Army officials, these clothing will not only help the jawans to stay safe from the weather but also it will help them in hiding from the enemy.
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