Its extremely cold, lack of grain, avalanche Indian media exaggerate the dilemma of Indian army staying in Ladakh area: great challenge this year!

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 Its extremely cold, lack of grain, avalanche Indian media exaggerate the dilemma of Indian army staying in Ladakh area: great challenge this year!


Rakesh Sharma, a former commander of the 14th army based in the Ladakh region, who has retired, told the print that the challenges the Indian army is expected to face this year are quite different from those in the past.

They (Indian soldiers) are stationed at the base, often patrol the line of control, and then come back. But this year, a large number of troops have been stationed in dug (sheltered) trenches that have not been visited since 1962 Said Sharma. He went on to list the challenges facing the Indian army, saying: zojira (pass) is prone to avalanches, and (roads) will be blocked Therefore, the larger winter reserves sent to the front-line areas must be completed as soon as possible.

Sharma also mentioned the lack of fresh drinking water for the Indian army, as rivers froze and lakes in the front-line areas were not drinkable. So, in addition to rations, getting the troops drinking water, cooking fuel and keeping them warm will be other challenges in the coming months.

In addition, the Indian army also faces medical challenges brought about by the cold. Arvind Kumar Tyagi, a retired military officer who served in siaqin near the Indian controlled Kashmir line, also told the Indian media that in these high altitude areas, low temperature and thin air will bring challenges. For every 3 km (H) increase in wind speed, the temperature will drop by 1 degree Celsius. Setting up a post under these conditions requires a lot of logistical planning to avoid the tent being blown away by the wind or the hut being blocked by heavy snow. Said the officer. These challenges require more medical staff and bring more workload.

Taji said the Indian army is often affected by high altitude and cold related factors, such as pulmonary edema, brain edema, hypothermia, frostbite and frostbite.

According to the report, in order to meet the above challenges, it is estimated that the Indian army in the Ladakh area needs about 10000 to 12000 various left behind points. The print quoted Indian Defense Ministry sources as saying that the remaining sites include tents for three to four people and two types of fiberglass cabins - one for four to six people and the other for eight to ten people. The Indian army is also purchasing temporary shelters and shops for about 20 people.

Not only that, the Indian army is also purchasing large-scale special clothes suitable for alpine regions. Due to the large quantity and limited time, the [Indian Army] will purchase from multiple channels, the source said

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }At a press conference on September 29, a reporter asked about Indias road construction in the border area between China and India. Wang Wenbin, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, said: China does not recognize the so-called Ladakh central government region illegally established by India, and we are also opposed to carrying out infrastructure construction for the purpose of military dispute control in the border disputed areas. According to the recent consensus reached between China and India, neither side should take any action in the border area that will complicate the situation, so as to avoid affecting the efforts of both sides to ease the situation. At the press conference held in August, some reporters also asked about the Indian government has announced the establishment of the Ladakh central government region , which involves the territory in the western part of the Sino Indian border. Hua Chunying, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, said at that time that China has always opposed Indias putting the Chinese territory in the western part of the Sino Indian border under Indias administrative jurisdiction. This position is firm and consistent and has never changed. Recently, India continues to damage Chinas territorial sovereignty by unilaterally amending its domestic laws. This practice is unacceptable and will not produce any effect. We urge India to be cautious in its words and deeds on the border issue, strictly abide by the relevant agreements reached by the two sides, and avoid actions that further complicate the border issue. India has set up a review team to assess Chinas investment proposals. Former military commander revealed the Indian armys dilemma in Ladakh: poor conditions, lack of water and food. Indian media: India has deployed 1000 km missiles to the Sino Indian border. Source: responsible editor of global network: Liu Xiaowu_ NN4113

At a press conference on September 29, a reporter asked about Indias road construction in the border area between China and India. Wang Wenbin, spokesman of the Chinese foreign ministry, said: China does not recognize the so-called Ladakh central government region illegally established by India, and we are also opposed to infrastructure construction aimed at military control in the border dispute areas. According to the recent consensus reached between China and India, neither side should take any action in the border area that will complicate the situation, so as to avoid affecting the efforts of both sides to ease the situation.

At the press conference held in August, some reporters also asked about the Indian government has announced the establishment of the Ladakh central government region , which involves the territory in the western part of the Sino Indian border. Hua Chunying, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, said at that time that China has always opposed Indias putting the Chinese territory in the western part of the Sino Indian border under Indias administrative jurisdiction. This position is firm and consistent and has never changed. Recently, India continues to damage Chinas territorial sovereignty by unilaterally amending its domestic laws. This practice is unacceptable and will not produce any effect. We urge India to be cautious in its words and deeds on the border issue, strictly abide by the relevant agreements reached by the two sides, and avoid actions that further complicate the border issue.