Bases of Indian armed forces which are stationed outside India

India is on the verge of becoming superpower and every powerful country needs to monitor the activities of other countries to maintain peace and prosperity and building strong military bases in every corner of the world can do the job. U.S.A controls over 38 bases outside its boundary. here is the list of bases India have.

Bhutan

In western Bhutan an Indian Military Training Team (IMTRAT) is permanently stationed. Bhutan is India’s protectorate, it means invasion on Bhutan will be considered as war with India.

Madagascar:

A Coastal Surveillance Radar (CSR) station of the Indian Navy is stationed here. There are birthing rights given to Indian Navy.

Mauritius:

Another Coastal Surveillance Radar (CSR) station of Indian Navy’s National Command Control Communication Intelligence network with berthing rights for the Indian Navy.

Nepal:

Another base of Indian army which is remotely operated.

Tajikistan:

Farkhor air base of India is the only base stationed outside India. Farkhor can be really useful in counterbalancing the naive Paksitan.

P.S: India is developing nation and due to constraints of limited resources it is very expensive to run military base in another country. This is the reason India is relying mainly on joint military exercises and security agreements.

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