China’s PLA Army Constructing Secret Missile Bunker For Pakistan In Balochistan ANN
India China News: On the one hand, China is preparing...
India China News: On the one hand, China is preparing to annex Taiwan through military operations, and on the other hand, it is trying to increase its dominance by pressing many countries under debt. After drowning Sri Lanka in the name of loan and infrastructure, now it is Pakistan’s turn. It is reported that after the failure of the CPEC project, China is now busy building a secret missile base for the Pakistani army. According to intelligence reports, the most important part of China’s ambitious project Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), CPAC, i.e. China Pakistan Economic Corridor, started with great noise, but now its pace has slowed down.
There is also news that Pakistan is now preparing to dissolve the CPAC Authority itself. In such a situation, after spending crores and billions of rupees, China’s PLA army is now engaged in construction work for the Pakistani army. Quoting intelligence reports, it is reported that the PLA-Army is building missile bunkers for Pakistan in Balochistan. According to the report, China is building this for the Pakistani army near Nawabshah of Sindh and Khuzdar of Balochistan.
This is the specialty of these missile bunkers
The special thing is that these bunkers are being prepared by making caves in the hills. According to experts, by making such bunkers in the mountains, one gets ‘natural defence’, that is, it is difficult to identify from above that there is an intelligence missile base and secondly if there is an air attack, then it is kept in the mountain cave. There is less damage to missiles and ammunition. Building bunkers in the mountains can also be hidden to a great extent from satellites of other countries. In this way, another feature of the ‘Mountain Cave’ bunker is that they are also built very easily and no one even notices during the construction work. Once tunneling starts, work can be done all the time even for long distances within the mountains.
Why Missile Base is Important for Pakistan Army?
Let us tell you that China has mastered in tunneling in the mountains. China has built similar mountain hangars in Tibet to keep its aircraft safe. Although it is not known how big the Balochistan Missile Facility is, but according to the information, there are many such mountain caves. This missile base is also very important to the Pakistani army because every day Baloch rebels keep attacking the Pakistani army camp in Balochistan.
The cantonment area of the Pakistani army is in Khujdar.
A missile regiment of Pakistan is already stationed at the place where it is being constructed in Khujdar, Balochistan. There is a large cantonment area of Pakistan Army in Khuzdar. This missile base comes under the Quetta Corps of the Pakistan Army. On Wednesday itself, Pakistan’s controversial military commander, Lt Gen Asif Ghafoor was appointed the commander of Quetta Corps (XII) by the Pakistani Army. This post was vacant in place of the Corps Commander, Lieutenant General Sarfaraz Ali, who was killed in the helicopter crash.
Who is Lt Gen Asif Ghafoor?
Lieutenant General Asif Ghafoor is known in India because he was the Chief (DG) of ISPR, the media wing of the Pakistan Army, during the Balakot Air Strike. He had informed the whole world about India’s air strike through his tweet. When Wing Commander Abhinandan was caught, he was trapped by wrong tweeting that two pilots of India have been caught while one pilot was from Pakistan Army.
Pakistan is busy increasing the stockpile of missiles and these include nuclear missiles. In such a situation, it is also very important to keep them hidden from the eyes of the world. Due to the rebellion of Baloch rebels in Gwadar, China is unable to complete its project on time. Therefore, along with this project, now China is engaged in increasing the strategic strength in Pakistan, in which apart from weapons, complete arrangements can be made to keep them safe.
China is also engaged in the construction of military infrastructure in PoK
Along with Balochistan, China is also engaged in the construction of military infrastructure for the Pakistani Army in PoK i.e. Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. According to intelligence reports, recently 10-12 Chinese soldiers of PLA were also seen busy in preparing underground bunkers at Sharda Army Camp (40 Frontier Force) of PoK. Engineers of the Chinese Army are preparing underground bunkers in the Phulwai camp of the Pakistan Army in the Kel area of PoK.
However, CPEC must be looking like a jackpot for Pakistan right now, but on the pretext of this, China is also slowly taking over Pakistan from debt. By the way, if the experts are to be believed, due to the delay in the construction work of CPEC to be built from Xinjiang province to Gwadar in Balochistan, its importance seems to be almost ending.
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