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These 8 Divyangs climbed 15 thousand feet in minus 50 degree temperature, you also see the pictures of these heroes

These 8 Divyangs climbed 15 thousand feet in minus 50 degree temperature, you also see the pictures of these heroes

A team of eight disabled people of the country has made a world record by reaching a height of 15632 feet on the Siachen Glacier under ‘Operation Blue Freedom’. See in pictures how these people achieved this feat…

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You must have heard this, if once something is determined and hard work is done on it, then every goal can be achieved. A team of some disabled people has done the same thing. Those who find it difficult to walk or do daily work under normal conditions, they have conquered 15 thousand high mountains. Now this world record has become in his name. Let’s see the special things related to this special operation of the disabled and its pictures …

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The name of this operation is 'Operation Blue Freedom', in which some disabled people had set a goal of making a world record by measuring the height of the Siachen Glacier and have completed it. The Government of India had approved 'Conker Land Air Water' (CLAW) to lead this team of differently abled people to measure the Siachen Glacier.

The name of this operation is ‘Operation Blue Freedom’, in which some disabled people had set a goal of making a world record by measuring the height of the Siachen Glacier and have completed it. The Government of India had approved ‘Conker Land Air Water’ (CLAW) to lead this team of differently abled people to measure the Siachen Glacier.

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Where is the climb? - This team of eight disabled people of the country has created history by reaching Kumar Post at a height of 15632 feet on Siachen Glacier. Veterans of the Indian Army's Special Forces have helped Operation Blue Freedom become a grand success.

Where is the climb? – This team of eight disabled people of the country has created history by reaching Kumar Post at a height of 15632 feet on Siachen Glacier. Veterans of the Indian Army’s Special Forces have helped Operation Blue Freedom become a grand success.

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How was the temperature there? - The Siachen Glacier, considered the world's highest battlefield, is one of the harshest areas on Earth. The temperature there remains minus 50 degree Celsius. The Siachen Glacier is located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas, where the Line of Control between India and Pakistan ends.

How was the temperature there? – The Siachen Glacier, considered the world’s highest battlefield, is one of the harshest areas on Earth. The temperature there remains minus 50 degree Celsius. The Siachen Glacier is located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas, where the Line of Control between India and Pakistan ends.

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Earlier, 20 Divyangs were selected for training to start climbing Siachen Glacier, after which eight people were selected in the final expedition team. This team has trekked from Siachen Base Camp to Kumar Post situated at an altitude of about 15,632 feet, which is really astonishing.

Earlier, 20 Divyangs were selected for training to start climbing Siachen Glacier, after which eight people were selected in the final expedition team. This team has trekked from Siachen Base Camp to Kumar Post situated at an altitude of about 15,632 feet, which is really astonishing.

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What is Conker Land Air Water – Major Vivek Jacob, a former Para Officer leading the team of Persons with Disabilities, has set up the Conker Land Air Water (CLAW), an organization of veterans of the Special Forces, to make this challenging task possible for the differently-abled. helping to create.

What is Conker Land Air Water – Major Vivek Jacob, a former Para Officer leading the team of Persons with Disabilities, has set up the Conker Land Air Water (CLAW), an organization of veterans of the Special Forces, to make this challenging task possible for the differently-abled. helping to create.

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