Indian Army built a 30-foot footbridge in record time

The Fact News Service
Rajouri, June 5
The Indian Army on Friday constructed a 30-foot bridge over the Jamia Nalla in Jammu and Kashmir’s Satharban and Kashmir’s Rajouri in record time, enduring torrential rains and cold at an altitude of 9,000 feet. According to the Defense Public Relations Officer (PRO), the footbridge collapsed due to torrential rains on Friday night. The Indian Army has helped 8 Dera migrant families and 1,500 animals. P.R.O. Defense Jammu tweeted, “Solidarity Battle is battling heavy rain and cold at 9000 feet. At Satharanban in Rajouri, the Indian Army accelerated the construction of a 30-foot footbridge over the Jamia Nalla in record time, which was washed away overnight due to continuous rains.

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