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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Deployment of troops, maneuvers, patrolling and tension due to 4 antics of China in the Northeast, India is also ready to counterattack

After Eastern Ladakh, China is also creating a challenge for India in the Northeast region. China has intensified its activities along the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Defense sources say that in recent days, four types of work have been intensified by China. who question his intentions. However, the Indian Army has also made its preparations accordingly.
According to defense sources, China has suddenly intensified activities on its side along the Line of Actual Control with Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Firstly, the number of troops near the LAC has been increased. Secondly, patrolling has been done by his soldiers coming ahead of the designated place, due to which Chinese soldiers and Indian soldiers had a face-off in Tawang area recently. China is reaching places by patrolling, where it did not claim earlier.

However, the Indian Army returned him unharmed. Third, China has started doing more maneuvers in this area. It is increasing its capability by maneuvering in new areas with high altitude and extreme geographical conditions. China is expanding its military infrastructure near the 4th LAC. These include construction of roads, helipads, permanent premises for soldiers and establishment of munitions storage centers etc.


If sources are to be believed, the confrontation with China may increase in the coming time in the eastern area of ​​the LAC. Lieutenant General Manoj Pandey, Chief of the Eastern Command of the Army, although in a statement on Tuesday, admitted that the activities of Chinese soldiers have increased, but the Indian Army has made its preparations to counter them.

The LAC covers an area of ​​1346 km in the northeastern states of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Although the face-off between Indian and Chinese soldiers in this area is not new, the incidents which used to happen earlier, were resolved at the local commander level and never due to those incidents, both the countries had to change their positions. . But now the situation is changing. If seen in totality, the aggression in China's position in this area is clearly visible.