Watch: Miles away from home, Sikh Light Infantry celebrates Bada Khana in Arunachal's Kibithu

Miles away from home, the soldiers of Sikh Light Infantry Regiment celebrated Bada Khana in Arunachal Pradesh's Kibithu on Saturday.

Watch: Miles away from home, Sikh Light Infantry celebrates Bada Khana in Arunachal's Kibithu
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Kibithu: Miles away from home, the soldiers of Sikh Light Infantry Regiment celebrated Bada Khana in Arunachal Pradesh's Kibithu on Saturday.

 

Bada Khana, which literally means a 'Big Meal' is grand feast. In Kibithu, the feast was held in the Sikh infantry of the Indian army.

Kibithu town in Arunachal Pradesh's Anjaw district lies on the LAC (line of actual control) and is one of the five Border Personnel Meeting points between the Indian Army and China's PLA.

Earlier, reports of China building infrastructure in Tatu, which lies on the other side of Kibithu. The newly built cluster included a camp for People's Liberation Army (PLA) along with several houses. The heightened activities by China along the border is being witnessed as a fresh dare to India.

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