The Siliguri Corridor (also known as the Chicken’s Neck) is a narrow stretch of land of about 22 kilometres (14 mi) width, located in the Indian state of West Bengal, that connects India ‘s northeastern states to the rest of India, with the countries of Nepal and Bangladesh lying on either side of the corridor.
The significance of Siliguri corridor?
Why at this point it became even more important?
Affect on the defense activity?
Emerging Nepal issue, safety of Bhutan and role of China and Bangladesh and solutions for India and many more such questions answered by Shri. K Siddhartha.