Indian Ambassador in Beijing, Vikram Misri, while giving a speech on the occasion of Independence Day, said that at present, Indians are facing double problem. This is absolutely a fact. The country is already growing at a Corona record level and the bigger problem is neighboring China. Since May 5, China has been engaged in unsuccessful attempts to infiltrate areas of India (China Faceoff).
India-China dispute old
Many battles between India and China are very old and its history is also very long. There is about 3500 km border between the two on which China always thinks of adopting the policy of expansionism. Now the situation has reached that the winter season is coming but the Chinese army is not lagging behind the Line of Actual Control. Now it seems that both the armies will stand face to face even in the deadly cold. China will stand still in winter
According to Indian Army In LAC sources, after seeing the preparations of China, it seems that the India Army In Ladakh has also come with the readiness to stay strong. The Indian Army is also fully prepared for this. According to an army official, the temperature will start falling there from November onwards and then the temperature will reach minus 40 and minus 45. In such a situation, how long the Chinese soldiers will stand, it cannot be estimated at the moment. Chinese soldiers have set up tents, but whether they are ready for even minus 40 degrees, it will be known only later.
China battered in front of Indian Army’s morale
It is also very difficult to spend a second time there in the bitter cold. Experts say that the cold weather is such that water becomes ice in a second. At the moment whether such situation has ever happened or not. The Indian Army does not want to repeat the dispute with China, so it is preparing for a long winter in Ladakh. High government officials have confirmed that the Indian Army has asked its defense partners stationed in the embassies of the US, Russia and Europe to identify hot clothing and snow tent manufacturers so that they can be purchased in an emergency.
Operation Meghdoot in Siachen in 1984
After Operation Meghdoot in 1984 in Siachen, the Indian Army has been catering to the needs of soldiers who have risen to the heights in the western region, such as igloos, semi-hemispherical domes, down parks, snow goggles, shoes and gloves by local manufacturers. . The Indian Army has deployed military strength and support elements on a par with the Chinese Army in the Ladakh sector, but Indian commanders have recently dismissed reports of more than 35,000 troops being involved. However, military commanders have clearly stated that they will have to hold their positions in special areas of LAC to prevent PLA-like aggression next year.
There will not be much snow at the common area 15, 16 or 17 points
A few days ago a military commander said, “We do not trust China at all after the PLA aggression and we feel that they will return to the north of Pangong Tso once summer arrives in 2021.” Ladakh’s cold and Given the dry climate, there will not be much snow at the normal patrolling area 15, 16 or 17 points, but above 17,000 feet the area called Chang La is covered with snow and this area is on the way to Pangong Tso. .
The commander had stated, ‘To meet the winter clothing requirements, we have not only placed orders to domestic manufacturers but also to deliver snow clothing to soldiers stationed on Saltoro Ridge and Siachen Glacier. For example, soldiers in Partapur and Thoise also need warm clothes similar to soldiers stationed in Siachen, both places having the same height as Leh. But in the worst case, if need be, we will ask the soldiers stationed at Partapur and Thoise to leave Kate, trousers, gloves, shoes and goggles for the troops stationed on the captured Aksai Chin front. ”
Indian Army exercises
Although the Indian Army always has the skill to conduct operations in such weather, but this will be the first time for Chinese soldiers when they have to be present at the post even in -45 degree Celsius. It is not easy for any soldier. Army sources say that the soldiers deployed in Ladakh have special training as well as all the resources for the soldiers are mobilized. Due to which those people are engaged in protecting the border even in such a cold.