Ashok starts from point $$P$$ and walks $$5 kms$$ to the East. Bharat starts from the same point and walks $$5 kms$$ to the West. Now, Ashok takes a left turn and Bharat takes a right turn, and both walks $$5 kms$$ and stop. How far are they from each other at the point where they finally stop?
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