Indian Army Encreasing Artiliary Power at LAC In The Regard Of China Ann
India China Border Issue: Even though there has been a...
India China Border Issue: Even though there has been a disengagement between India and China on the LAC adjoining eastern Ladakh, but the dispute is not over yet. In such a situation, the Indian Army has prepared a plan to increase the capabilities of its artillery on the LAC. According to the specific information received by ABP News, many works have to be done in this plan.
1. 100 additional ‘K-9 Vajra’ cannons will be procured to be deployed on the LAC. Approval has been given to purchase these guns from the Ministry of Defense.
2. Six (06) regiments of the Pinaka Multi-Barrel Rocket Launcher System will be deployed on the LAC. One has already been deployed along the border with Arunachal Pradesh.
3. The first regiment of indigenous artillery Dhanush has been deployed in Eastern Ladakh. In the coming time, more regiments of Dhanush will be stationed here.
4. Indigenous ‘Swathi’ Weapon Locating Radar also deployed at LAC
Due to the absence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in the SCO meeting, it is clear that this dispute going on LAC can drag on for a long time. Also, there has been disengagement in the disputed areas on the LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh after May 2020 but no decision has been taken regarding Depsang Plain and Demchok.
Army will increase its capabilities on LAC?
Apart from this, there are still a large stock of PLA tanks, cannons and missiles along with 60,000 Chinese soldiers on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) adjacent to eastern Ladakh. China is still not ready for de-escalation and de-induction on the LAC. In such a situation, the Indian Army has also started increasing its military capabilities on the LAC.
The plan to develop the capabilities of the Army’s artillery on the LAC has been shared by the sources of the country’s defense system to ABP News. This is the reason why the Indian Army has prepared a blueprint for tightening the LAC adjacent to China.
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