Sun. Sep 27th, 2020

India has deployed air defense missiles in eastern Ladakh following tensions with China. There are indications that both the ground forces and the air force are on alert at the border to pay checks to the Chinese military. According to the information, state-of-the-art aircraft, missiles, helicopters, etc. have been deployed along the Indian border.

The Chinese military has reportedly flown 10 km from the border with India. India has adopted a similar policy in view of China’s repeated troop increases at the border. Not just China or India, there are reports that the Indo-Titus police are deploying to the required police stations.

“A decision has been taken to increase the number of border guards,” a government official said. At first the platoon army was plan be deployed but now the company has decided to deploy the army. “All of them will be on patrol at the border,” he said. Let’s say that one platoon has 30 Javanese and one company employs 100 Javanese. Tensions are high with China at the border, while Pakistan is also at risk. With that in mind, the Indian Army has begun preparations for war.

India-Russia relations

India has asked Russia to provide missiles, assault rifles and ammunition as soon as possible to meet the military’s emergency needs in the event of a war. In particular, India has agreed to buy the Igla-S missile system.

The request was made by Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, who recently visited Moscow, and the Indian delegation to Russia. Russia is also taking India’s request seriously and has agreed to deliver it as soon as possible. The two sides also discussed the Kalashnikov rifle (AK-4,56) factory we have set up in Uttar Pradesh. Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are schedul to inaugurate the plant during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India in October.

India has ordered the purchase of thousands of rounds of ammunition not only from Russia, but also from the United States. All of these items will arrive in the next few days. Tensions and bitterness between the Indian and Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley on the Ladakh border have not yet subsided or the face-to-face situation has not changed. Recent satellite imagery shows that the Indian and Chinese armies are in a state of confrontation with a new location in the Galvan Valley. The Chinese Foreign Ministry has claimed the entire Galvan Valley, which has been rejected by New Delhi.

The situation in the Galvan Valley region is historic. Therefore, the Chir claim is unacceptable, a spokesman for the Indian Foreign Ministry said last week. The Indian and Permanent Military Commanders held their second round of talks on Monday. The talks lasted about 11 hours. The Chinese government has acknowledged some Chinese soldiers were killed in clashes between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on the night of June 15. “It simply came to our notice then that the death toll had risen sharply.

China has summoned diplomats from various countries to provide information, saying India is responsible for escalating the unrest. This is because the Indian army attacked the Chinese army in violation of the previous understanding. He Xiangki, director general of the Chinese government’s border and maritime affairs, said fewer Javanese in China were killed in the clashes. However, the exact number is not disclosed in fear of escalating tensions.

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