As the tensions continue between India and China along the Line of Actual Control, Times Now reports from an altitude of 18,000 ft, an altitude similar to where the Indian Jawans are currently guarding the border.
Times Now’s correspondent Sohil reports from Khardung La, which is one of the highest motorable passes of the world. The Indian army personnel are guarding the Khardung La pass as well. The temperature plums to -10 during the night in this area and the conditions will be even worse as in the months of November and December; the temperature dips to -35.
The Indian army personnel have also prepared for the logistics earlier this month.