Pakistan mobilizes additional troops and weaponry along LoC

Tensions are running high at the border after 20 Indian soldiers were killed by Chinese troops in the Galwan Valley. Meanwhile, Pakistan is assembling troops on the Line of Control.

However, the Indian Army has warned that appropriate response will be given if Pakistan launches any operation. News Anandabazar.

“The situation in Ladakh has not yet affected Kashmir,” said Lt. Gen. P Raju, commander of India’s 15th Corps. Corps No. 14 is handling the situation there. Additional troops have gone to Ladakh via Kashmir. Because that is the normal way to Ladakh. But Pakistan is also mobilizing troops.

“Pakistan recently said it feared an attack from India,” he said. Maybe they have gathered the army for their own protection. But we are also careful. ”

The meeting of the Joint Command in Jammu and Kashmir emphasized the need for the army to build bunkers in areas near the Line of Control (LoC), said the commander of the 15th Corps.

On June 21, India shelled Pakistan-administered Jammu and Kashmir. One teenager was killed. The boy’s mother and another boy were injured in the attack.

The next day, on 22 June, Pakistani forces also launched a two-pronged attack on India’s Krishna base and naval sector. One Indian soldier was killed.

Earlier on June 15, a bloody clash broke out between the two sides as Chinese troops tried to build an infrastructure at PP-14 in the Galwan Valley. It killed 20 Indian soldiers. 76 more Indian soldiers were seriously injured.

After that incident, the Chinese forces withdrew from the patrolling point 14. But in the last 10 days, the Chinese army has re-established its base there.

However, India has deployed more troops on the border to retaliate against China.

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