India-China Border: Indian Army Gearing Up For Chinese Attack
Along with the enemy across the border, the Indian Army is also working on war footing to fight the extremely harsh winters by building new shelters.
Amid ongoing tension between India-China, a news channel has reached ground zero to report how prepared India is to combat China. The Indian Army has deployed T-90 Bhishma tank at the LAC. In this video, watch how the Army is preparing to give China a befitting reply. Engaged in a conflict with China for almost five months, the Indian Army’s armoured regiments are ready to take on the Chinese Army at altitudes of over 14,500 feet. The area is the world’s highest battlefield for tanks and infantry combat vehicles along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
Along with the enemy across border, the Indian Army is also working on war footing to fight the extremely harsh winters by building new shelters and prefabricated structures for soldiers. A visit near the LAC in the Chumar-Demchok area in Eastern Ladakh shows that for countering the Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) deployment of armoured columns, the Indian Army is battle-ready to face the Chinese Army with its T-90 and T-72 tanks along with the BMP-2 Infantry Combat Vehicles which can operate at temperatures up to minus 40 degree Celsius.
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