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Indian peacekeepers set bridges in South Sudan in record time.


United Nations: Indian peacekeepers have rebuilt a bridge in South Sudan during record time, so that people of one village can reach the town on the other. Due to heavy rainfall due to heavy rain in June last year, the road connectivity had broken off from the rest of Akola village in South Sudan due to the disruption of 300 meters of road.

According to a UN statement, the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISSS), with the help of the government, rebuild its record in 10 days. In reference to the lieutenant colonel N. Puri, in charge of Indian Engineering Company, it has been said that this work was necessary for the repair of important roads in the area. Significantly, there are two battalions in India with about 2,000 personnel in the UNMISSS.