Indian Army gifted Trained horses and Mine Detection dogs to Bangladesh Army

Indian Army gifted Trained horses and Mine Detection dogs to Bangladesh Army



Indian Army gifted Trained horses and Mine Detection dogs  to Bangladesh Army:
Indian Army gifted twenty trained horses and mine detection dogs to Bangladesh Army. The dogs were trained by the  Remount Veterinary Corps of the Indian Army.

The Indian Army also trained the Bangladesh Army in training the experts to handle the horses and dogs. The Chief of Brahmastra Corps participated in this event. The presentation ceremony  of both Armies was held at Petrapole-Benapole Integrated Check Post in India-Bangladesh border.

Brahmastra Corps: Key Points

The XVII Corps is called the Brahmastra Corps. It was built as a quick action reaction force to counter the Chinese along Line of Actual Control. The headquarters of the force is located in Panagarh, West Bengal. It operates under the Eastern Command of the Indian Army.

India-Bangladesh Military Exercises

The countries held military exercises such as Exercise Bongosagar, Sampriti. Sampriti is held between the Indian and Bangladesh Armies. Bongosagar is held between the navies of the countries.

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