India Well-Equipped As It Thwarts Another Chinese Transgression Attempt
About 50 PLA soldiers tried to enter the Mukhpari peak in the Rezang La region on Monday night
After the Galwan and Pangong Lake episode, the Indian Army has once again successfully fought off the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA). In an attempt to remove Indian soldiers from the Mukhpari peak and Rezang-La region in East Ladakh on 7 September, Chinese soldiers carried out an aggressive attack that eventually backfired on them.
Sources reveal that the Indian side was already on alert as about 50 Chinese military personnel tried to transgress their way to the Mukhpari peak. While the opponent fired some shots in the air, Indian forces did not pick up any weapons to counter them.
Additionally, footage of around 30 Chinese soldiers carrying sharp weapons and rods in some points at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) has emerged. India has also been vigilant at the borders and called for additional barbed wiring along all the areas claimed by our forces.
The Xi Jinping government meanwhile responded to the Rezang La episode, falsely claiming that India tried to fire at the members of the PLA. They further stated that China has not dishonoured the LAC rules.
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