Destructive missiles on the India-China border in preparation for war

Tensions are high between India and China over clashes on the Ladakh border. The two opposing countries are in a firm position in preparation for war. In such a situation, China has sent bombers, including increasing the number of troops on the border. India is angry with China. India has sent a strong message to China by sending bombers and anti-aircraft missiles to show its capabilities.

Meanwhile, India has deployed 450,000 troops in East Ladakh. China is preparing to retaliate if it shows any aggression. Besides, the message is also going to Beijing.

It is learned that in the last few days, China has flown warplanes along several border areas, including Daulatbeg Oldi. The bomber brought it near the border. New Delhi also retaliated. The missiles were sent to East Ladakh. From the ground to the sky quickly arrived a stockpile of missiles with capable ‘sky’. India has developed a surface-to-air missile ‘Akash’. Able to destroy enemy warplanes or missiles in an instant. It can hit the enemy up to 30 km away and at an altitude of 18,000 meters.

As a result, China has to think twice before flying a bomber. This is not the end, India’s air surveillance radar and warplanes. India has activated 3 airports including Daulat Beg Oldi. According to sources, the state-of-the-art air surveillance system is coming to India in a few days. That system will also be used to stop China. In the last one month, army convoys have reached Ladakh. Now India is also assembling the country’s sophisticated weapons. The T-90 tank has been taken from Chandigarh by pressing C-17 Globemaster. The one-time transportation cost is around Rs 10 lakh.

Modern armaments are being sent to Ladakh from almost all the cantonments and air bases in North India. About 45,000 troops are being assembled in Ladakh. Surveillance has been intensified at 65 points along 1,597 km of the Chinese border.

Experts say the dilemma with China will last a few more days. Snowfall will start in 3 months. Ladakh will be isolated from the rest of the country. They have also started preparing for that long difficult time.

Earlier, on June 15, 20 Indian soldiers, including a colonel, were killed in a clash with Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh. 76 other Indian soldiers were also injured in the clash.

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