Indian army in Jammu & Kashmir help Migrants build a bridge


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In record time, the Indian Army at Satharban in Rajouri built a 30-foot long footbridge over Jamian Nala despite severe rain and cold temperatures at 9000 feet. The bridge had already been swept away because of heavy rain during the previous night, the army said in a tweet on Friday. According to the PRO Defence Jammu, the Indian army has also assisted 8 migrating households in taking care of their livestock; 1500 animals in total.