Indian army general will put up tough words: 50 battleships all day, watch India ocean!

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 Indian army general will put up tough words: 50 battleships all day, watch India ocean!


[global military reports Global Times special reporter Yang Yunhui] India Stan times website 7, said that the supreme commander of India Navy Admiral Sunil Lamba recently publicly expressed that the Chinese navy in recent years in the India ocean normalization activities, aggravated the Chinese Armys fear of the actual intentions of the Chinese army in the sea. Next, the India Navy will carry out 24 hours of monitoring of the Chinese navy ships in the India ocean. Sunil Lamba stressed that the India Navy will deploy a fleet of 50 warships to carry out the 24 hour monitoring of the India ocean, pay close attention to the deployment model and cycle of the extraterritorial naval forces, and focus on improving the operational capacity of the sea and the influence of the India ocean. This is not the first time the India military has announced the need to monitor the Chinese Navy, but this time the supreme commander of the India navy has personally voicing its voice. Sunil Lamba is also chairman of the chief of Staff Committee of India. In an interview, he said that over the past ten years, China has been capable of long-range naval operation, and its activities in the India ocean have gradually developed to normal deployment mode. Under normal circumstances, the Chinese navy will send 6-7 warships into the India ocean, and will send 2 conventional submarines to the India ocean every year. He also referred to Chinas first overseas base in Djibouti, which clearly enhanced the ability of China to deploy naval forces in the India ocean (the original note). Ma Yao, an expert on maritime rights of the Fudan University, told the Global Times reporter that the India ocean was a universal navigation channel in the world. The high officials of the Indian army considered the normal navigation of the Chinese navy in the high seas as a foreign force, and could not stand on the international law of the sea. In terms of strength, the existing strength and construction quality of the India Navy is not an order of magnitude compared with that of the Chinese navy. Technically, marine monitoring requires not only a sufficient number of ships, but also a complete marine surveillance system and skilled maritime operations. The India Navy is known for its poor operation, many accidents and loose management. However, there is an analysis that the India Navys equipment and training level is limited, but they occupy the advantage of the land, if the deployment of troops on some key nodes will make China more difficult, so it needs to continue to pay attention to this dynamic. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: ye Zhi FA _NBJS6073 Ma Yao, an expert on maritime rights of the Fudan University, told the Global Times reporter that the India ocean was a universal navigation channel in the world. The high officials of the Indian army considered the normal navigation of the Chinese navy in the high seas as a foreign force, and could not stand on the international law of the sea. In terms of strength, the existing strength and construction quality of the India Navy is not an order of magnitude compared with that of the Chinese navy. Technically, marine monitoring requires not only a sufficient number of ships, but also a complete marine surveillance system and skilled maritime operations. The India Navy is known for its poor operation, many accidents and loose management.