What's new

Year after Galwan clash: Indian Army develops military infra, deploys around 60K troops

siegecrossbow

PDF THINK TANK: ANALYST
Aug 19, 2010
5,837
5
9,329
Country
China
Location
United States
Actually China had proof of dead Indians with PLA soldiers posing for photos in front of them. And video evidence of Indians starting it by ambushing 4 unarmed PLA negotiators.

Just like in 1962 where there were piles of captured Indian weapons.
Where are the Indian videos/photographs the Jai Hinds have been boastin about? I’ve been waiting for those for months.
 

GamoAccu

FULL MEMBER
Jun 2, 2020
815
0
1,999
Country
United States
Location
United States
The greatest humiliation is when you dishonored your dead soldiers and refused to acknowledge their deaths. No ambush, No bats, no selectively edited spammed Pics will ever take that stain of cowardice away from the Chinese.
Actually my pictures are REAL and prove Lying Indians like you lied about being AMBUSHED AND UNARMED. Indians will never been happy with any number less than 20.
 

rent4country

BANNED
Jul 31, 2020
1,638
-12
959
Country
United States
Location
United States
Actually my pictures are REAL and prove Lying Indians like you lied about being AMBUSHED AND UNARMED. Indians will never been happy with any number less than 20.
Your pics are selectively edited, but here's what your pictures can't do, is take away that STAIN of cowardice that you had to hide the deaths of your soldiers.

For a year you guys shilled No Chinese died- only to be proven that your reputation for propaganda and cowardice remains high even after ambushing unarmed soldiers 5x smaller in numbers. That STAIN of cowardice is your creed and reputation outside the wall.
 

siegecrossbow

PDF THINK TANK: ANALYST
Aug 19, 2010
5,837
5
9,329
Country
China
Location
United States
Actually my pictures are REAL and prove Lying Indians like you lied about being AMBUSHED AND UNARMED. Indians will never been happy with any number less than 20.
Even his British daddy is using Chinese photos because the Jawans were too busy getting their asses kicked to take them.


 

rent4country

BANNED
Jul 31, 2020
1,638
-12
959
Country
United States
Location
United States
Even his British daddy is using Chinese photos because the Jawans were too busy getting their asses kicked to take them.


No articleS, NO pics will take away the STAIN OF YOUR COWARDICE OF HIDING THE DEATHS of your soldiers.
 

rent4country

BANNED
Jul 31, 2020
1,638
-12
959
Country
United States
Location
United States
Of course DELUSIONAL Indians can't accept the fact when given embarrassing pictures and videos of their soldiers. Coward Indian soldiers running away from PLA troops? lol


View attachment 753504
NO SPAMMING OF SELECTIVELY EDITED GIFS, articles, or pics - will take away the SINGLE BIGGEST ACT OF COWARDICE OF HIDING THE DEATHS of your soldiers. The stain of cowardice is forever the Chinese creed and reputation.

1623723028405.png
 

rent4country

BANNED
Jul 31, 2020
1,638
-12
959
Country
United States
Location
United States

Globenim

SENIOR MEMBER
Aug 19, 2011
3,079
-4
5,258
Country
China
Location
Thailand
Ind- I mean "American" trolls still mad and crying in denial about their ambitious Indian invasion force getting easily beaten up in Tibet 😂

View attachment 753406
A year after the Galwan valley clash in eastern Ladakh, China is still sitting at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) while India has geared up for a long grind.

Indian and Chinese military delegates have had 11 rounds of talks to resolve the border disputes at the friction points. The only thing that has happened is that both the countries have agreed to resolve the dispute peacefully.

The Indian Army has focused on being better prepared to face Chinese belligerence in Ladakh over the last year, as a final resolution seems far off.

India has enhanced military infrastructure, increased troop deployment to 50,000 to 60,000 troops, and constructed better roads to improve connectivity for quick force mobilisation.

The force continues to be on high alert with its enhanced troop deployment of over 50,000 men on the ground in Ladakh for the last one year, including during the harsh winter when the temperature dips to minus 40-degree Celsius.

Last month, Indian Army chief General M.M. Naravane had said that the troops are on high alert along the LAC, keeping a watch on the activities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Naravane said that India wants the status quo ante of April 2020 to be restored. He also stated that India has made it clear to China that de-escalation will only be considered once disengagement is completed to the mutual satisfaction of both sides.

He said that Indian troops are on high alert and deployments have not thinned after the disengagement in Pangong River. The Army chief maintained that China has deployed around 50,000 to 60,000 troops in eastern Ladakh in immediate depth so India has also made mirror deployment in depth.

Even after 11 rounds of military talks at the Corps Commander level to find a resolution, there is still no breakthrough despite the disengagement in Pangong.

Indian and Chinese forces have met to resolve the border disputes at the other friction areas like Hot Springs, Gogra and the 900 sq km Depsang plains.

Naravane also said that Indian is currently concentrating on resolving the outstanding problems at other friction points like Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang.

He had pointed out that India's stand during the disengagement agreement in the Pangong Lake area remained the same that the status quo ante of April 2020 must be restored.

The army chief also stated that trust levels between the two countries are low, but pointed out that the trust deficit should not hinder the negotiation process.

In the Galwan valley, where a bloody clash between the forces of the two nations left 20 Indian four Chinese soldiers dead on June 15 last year, including Commanding Officer Col Santosh Babu, the troops had concentrated at just 1.5 km apart.

Following the clash, the Patrol Point 14 became a 'no patrol zone' and both sides pulled back by 1.5 km each and the area turned into a buffer zone.

India had objected to China's observation post near Patrol Point 14 that had led to the clash.

The clash had sparked a war-like situation. By the end of August last year, there was a further build up across the broder and the Pangong Lake had turned into a battle zone, as India occupied the key mountain tops at the Kailash Range overlooking the southern bank of the lake.

Currently, no patrolling is being done till Patrol Point 14. It is necessary to maintain strict vigil through various surveillance methods to keep a check on Chinese activities as they continue to be present in big numbers, not too far away from the contentious point.

Further, China has also been enhancing its surveillance capabilities. It has developed an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with plateau operation capabilities and has planned to deploy it along the Line of Actual Control with India in the Kailash mountain range, sources said.

China has also enhanced troops, artillery and armour in three sectors of the LAC -- western (Ladakh), middle (Uttarakhand, Himachal) and eastern (Sikkim, Arunachal).

And once again here we are. India touting to "match" Chinese troops 1:1.
Yet once they get beaten up they immediately claim they are outnumbered 20:1
 
Last edited:

siegecrossbow

PDF THINK TANK: ANALYST
Aug 19, 2010
5,837
5
9,329
Country
China
Location
United States
After a year Indian military still can't produce a single picture or video from the Galwan clash.

Maybe 2 reasons:
(1)Embarrassing picture or video show Indian soldiers running away or getting beat badly
(2) PLA troops took away the cameras from Indian soldiers when got captured.
1623784158319.gif
 

Vapnope

SENIOR MEMBER
Nov 11, 2015
4,603
15
7,871
Country
Pakistan
Location
Pakistan
Indian army veterans: We lost territory and soldiers to China. China still has not vacated the occupied land.

Indian wannabe American: cHInA iS cOwArD. hE lOsT tO iNdIA...
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 1, Members: 0, Guests: 1)


Top Bottom