Indian Army To Open Siachen For Civilians

Indian Army has taken a big decision amid tension with China. The Indian Army has decided to open the Siachen valley for civilians. There are great opportunities in Siachen for those who are fond of adventure and tourism.

Siachen Glacier is the World’s highest battle field where thousands of Indian Army troops are stationed. This battlefield is controlled by Indian Army where extreme cold conditions are more dangerous than the real enemy.

The decision to open Siachen, considered to be the world’s highest battlefield, was taken in October last year. The main aim of Indian Army behind it to aware Indian citizens about the life of soldiers at Siachen Glacier.

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Siachen is located west of the Galwan valley where face-off between Indian Army and Chinese Army took place on 15th June.

If any tourists want to visit Siachen, the adventure cell of the army will take information from them and then issue a permit. All visitors must follow the Leh administration protocol and the Quarantine Procedure. At present, non-local people can only go within a radius of 40 km from Leh.

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