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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Heavy guns, cannons and fighter aircraft... India ready to give a befitting reply to Galwan's actions.

Despite several rounds of talks and assurances, China's military activities around the LAC continue. Going back on his word is nothing new for Dragon. However, India, aware of these antics of China, is no longer in the mood to do any negligence and has geared up to deal with any contingency like the violence that took place in the Galvan Valley last year. This is the reason that in the inaccessible areas of the LAC, India has started delivering weapons, cannons, rocket systems etc. so that the Indian Army is ready for war at all times.
According to the news of TOI, India has increased military activities in this area after the possibility of retreat of the troops is negligible and has deployed high-tech guns, Bofors, rocket systems and M-777 ultra light howitzers on the LAC. Huh.

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The M-777 Howitzer can be airlifted from one sector to another by Chinook helicopters. At the same time, it has been possible to move heavy artillery guns to these areas due to the roads built by the Border Road Organization. As more roads are built to the forward areas adjacent to China, it will also become easier to transport heavy weapons to other posts.

China increasing infrastructure on LAC

Army sources admitted that the Chinese army is increasing its infrastructure near the LAC. India is watching this and the Indian Army is in a strong position on the LAC. He pointed out that China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) is feeling the impact of the Indian response to its audacity in the region last year. Due to this, the Chinese army has been forced to make long deployment of troops and increase infrastructure in the region. He said the Indian reaction after the Chinese action last year, especially after the Galwan Valley conflict, surprised the neighboring country. In such a situation, he deployed soldiers in areas where there was never a deployment before.




India is also accelerating the development of infrastructure
India is accelerating the development of tunnels, bridges, roads and other critical infrastructure in eastern Ladakh and other areas along the nearly 3,500-km LAC. He said that China is also increasing its air force bases and air defense units along the LAC in eastern Ladakh. The border standoff between the armies of the two countries started on May 5 last year after a violent confrontation in the Pangong Lake area. And both countries gradually deployed thousands of soldiers with heavy weapons.