India builds THOUSANDS of bunkers on Pakistan border as it prepares for World WAR 3

Wednesday, April 4, 2018
By Paul Martin

THE INDIAN government will build 14,000 bunkers along the India-Pakistan border in five border districts in Jammu and Kashmir, to protect soldiers and civilians from ongoing violence and military uprisings.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018

In 2017, 15 army soldiers and four BSF jawans were killed in ceasefire violations, along with 12 civilians.

A further 79 people were also injured in the escalating conflict.

A total of 13,029 individual household bunkers will be constructed measuring 160sq feet which are capable of accommodating 8-10 people, while 1,431 community bunkers will be built, capable of accommodating 40 people each.

The construction project has been awarded by the Ministry of Home Affairs to the state-owned National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC), and the project is worth Rs 416 crore (£45.5m).

NBCC will construct bunkers in areas that lie within 3km from the border, which are in the front line of the conflict.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti commented on the construction, stating: “Priority shall be given to the bunkers which are nearest to the existing border outposts.”

Construction priority has reportedly been put under three categories: 0-1km from border, 1-2km from border, and 2-3km.

Representatives from NBCC commented on the project, saying: “NBCC has received sanction from Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), government of India, for the Construction of 14,460 bunkers in villages along the Indo-Pak Border in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.”

NBCC Chairman and Managing Director A K Mittal said: “It’s a prestigious and challenging project for us.

“We will meet the time line, which will be set by the Jammu and Kashmir government.

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