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India TV Exclusive: Pakistan hatching conspiracy at Rajasthan border, builds 25 bunkers | see pics

The development assumes significance because Pakistan had recently held a massive military exercise along the border areas. In the exercise, which culminated on December 25, around 10,000 to 15,000 soldiers had taken part.

Edited by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: December 27, 2017 23:31 IST ]
India shares a 3,323-km-long border with Pakistan, of which
India shares a 3,323-km-long border with Pakistan, of which 221 km of the International Border and 740 km of the LoC fall in Jammu and Kashmir. Rajasthan shares a 1,048 km-long international border with Pakistan.

Pakistan appears to be undeterred by the India’s recent action against its troops across the Line of Control (LoC). India TV has accessed exclusive photographs that shows Pakistan is hatching conspiracy against India by ramping up its machineries along the border areas.

In these photographs, defence structures of Pakistani forces can be seen. In last few days, Pakistan has set up 25 bunkers near Rajasthan. These bunkers are located at a distance of 20 km from the Longewala sector in Kishangarh.

According to intelligence agencies who have captured these photographs using satellites, there are few bunkers that are laden with heavy arms and ammunitions.

The development assumes significance because Pakistan had recently held a massive military exercise along the border areas. In the exercise, which culminated on December 25, around 10,000 to 15,000 soldiers had taken part.

As per information available with the Intelligence Bureau, Chinese weapons were used extensively in the recently concluded military exercise.

These bunkers are a matter of serious concern and Pakistan is slowly increasing the number of such bunkers along the border areas. 

India shares a 3,323-km-long border with Pakistan, of which 221 km of the International Border and 740 km of the LoC fall in Jammu and Kashmir. Rajasthan shares a 1,048 km-long international border with Pakistan.

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