India-China standoff- How Indian Army is preparing to take on China's PLA in Ladakh's snow clad mountains

As the winters sets in over Line of Actual Control(LAC), India's Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has been working near the China border in Ladakh to ensure the Indian Army's movement in the intense snow causes no problem for quick movement. 

Indian Army near Zojila mountain pass

An Indian army soldier stands on a snow covered road after snowfall near Zojila mountain pass that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

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Border Roads Organisation at work near China border

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) clear a snow covered road at Sonamarg that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Eyeing the winter with the PLA

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) clear a snow covered road at Sonamarg that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Ladakh holds the key

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) stand after snowfall near Zojila mountain pass that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Border Roads Organisation at work near China border

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) use a machine to clear a snow covered road near Zojila mountain pass that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Snow covered bridge at Sonamar

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) clear a snow covered bridge at Sonamarg that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Winter is here!

Workers from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) clear a snow covered road at Sonamarg that connects Srinagar to the union territory of Ladakh, bordering China.

(Photograph:AFP)

Army Day

The Indian celebrates January 15 as Army Day as it was this day in 1949 when late Field Marshal Kodandera Madappa Cariappa took over as the first commander-in-chief of the Indian Army from British General Francis Butcher in 1949.

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