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India moves tanks, troops to Rajasthan, Punjab borders: report

April 1, 2019

An Indian Army battle tank Arjun demolishes an enemy bunker during Indian Army Exercise Sudarshan Shakti in Barmer distrcit in Rajasthan on December 5, 2011. AFP

The Indian Army has started a major mobilisation of military tanks and deployed troops along the international border in Rajasthan and Punjab, Times of India reported Monday.

Armoured formations from Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh were deployed to border outposts, the report said.

The development comes amid reports of clashes between Pakistani and Indian forces along the Line of Control.

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    Abdul Samad   April 2, 2019 3:27 pm/ Reply

    Very informative news at right time

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    Abdul   April 2, 2019 6:01 pm/ Reply

    Wow, what are we going to do to defend our country

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    Varun Gehlot   April 4, 2019 6:10 pm/ Reply

    I think it is fake cuz there no evidence and no confirmation has been made by the authorities or the media if it is true then please reply me as fast as you can
    Varun Gehlot

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