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WHEN INDIAN ARMY TAUGHT CHINA SOME BHANGRA MOVES

By Siddharth Singh . 13th December 2018 02:30pm
WHEN INDIAN ARMY TAUGHT CHINA SOME BHANGRA MOVES

Stories about a military standoff are not new for India. Be it on Pakistan side or on China side, we get to hear many such stories from the front line but did you ever heard that Indian army shook a leg with China's People Liberation Army? 

Well, something like this has happened in Chengdu ( a city in China) where both the Indian army and the Chinese army men were present for the annual friendly drill. In the viral video, we can see Indian army men teaching Bhangra moves to the Chinese Army. 

 

India and China are currently undertaking joint military drills in the Chinese city of Chengdu as part of the focussed efforts by the two militaries to improve ties.

Both sides have fielded more than 100 personnel to take part in the seventh edition of the exercises that focus on tactical operations in an International Counter Insurgency/ Counter Terrorist environment.

As reported, the drills are being held after a gap of one year as they could not be held last year because both armies were locked in a 73-day standoff at Doklam in the Sikkim sector. 

The Indian military contingent headed by Col. Puneet Tomar arrived in Chengdu city Monday to take part in the exercises to foster closer ties between the two militaries which guard the 3488-km long Line of Actual Control (LAC).


"Opening Ceremony of the 7th India-China joint Hand-in-Hand joint training exercises was held in Chengdu. Indian Army contingent and Tibetan Military command of People's Liberation Army (PLA) are participating in the exercises," the Indian Embassy here tweeted on Tuesday.




"The aim of the Hand-in-Hand exercises is to build closer relations between the militaries of India and China. The exercises involve tactical level operations in an International Counter Insurgency/ Counter Terrorist environment as per UN mandate," it said in another tweet.



Well, it's good to see such friendly stories coming from the border and we wish that this will remain like this.

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