Indian soldiers not demoralised even after snowfall in Kupwara

Kupwara: While the entire country is all set to celebrate Republic Day, army personnel are still engaged in protecting the country at the borders. The countrymen will get to see the military power displayed in the military parade to be held on the Rajpath in Delhi and in the march of the soldiers of the Army, Navy and Air Force. At the same time, today is like a normal day for the soldiers of the country who are posted on the LOC of Kashmir amidst snow and cold. Correspondents of ABP News have reached the Kupwara sector of North Kashmir, where the soldiers are engaged in doing their duty despite the adverse weather conditions in the security of the country. The same is also visible in the enemy's movements through drones.

Where it has been revealed that the outbreak of snow and cold is increasing in the Keran sector of Kupwara in north Kashmir. Situated at an altitude of 10,000 to 12,000 feet above the sea, this area has also seen heavy snowfall on every side. Everything from the mountains, forest to the road is buried under a white sheet of snow. Despite the severe cold and difficult conditions, nothing has changed for the soldiers deployed on the border and even today they are engaged in protecting the country amidst the snow.

Nothing has changed due to the weather or conditions for the jawans deployed on the border. Whether it is day or night, in these areas of the border, the patrolling does not stop, nor does the attention on the enemy go away. Now, with the help of jawans, technology is being used on a large scale. While on the one hand the border is being monitored by drones, on the other hand, the soldiers are keeping an eye on the snowy mountains with snow scooters.

With the advent of drones, the soldiers have got a lot of help in dealing with emergency situations and infiltration. Drones weighing 18 kg are being monitored through the air for 15 to 45 minutes. These drones can complete a distance of 15 km in five minutes and can also carry up to 30 kg of goods. Weapons have also been installed to target the intruders with the help of some drones, so they are capable of completing the task of the enemy in the blink of an eye.

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