It is the second time this week that soldiers on the Indian border suddenly shot themselves while on duty

 It is the second time this week that soldiers on the Indian border suddenly shot themselves while on duty

According to Indian Kashmir observation and other local media on the 2nd, the soldier named Kumar shot himself suddenly when he was on duty in Urie, an Indian controlled Kashmir area. His colleagues arrived at the scene and found Kumar in a pool of blood. Although his colleagues rushed the 22-year-old soldier to a hospital, he died in vain. Local police have confirmed the incident to the media, saying that the case has been filed and further investigation is under way.

Pakistans Yonhap news agency said 473 members of the Indian army and police forces have committed suicide near the disputed area since January 2007, and Kumars suicide is the second such suicide in a week. The press trust of India also reported that on September 30, a 56 year old deputy inspector of Indian border security forces shot himself in the head at a border post on the outskirts of Jammu. He was taken to hospital and declared dead.

(it was the second time this week that Indian border soldiers suddenly shot themselves while on duty.)

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Terror! Indian soldiers attack their wives and daughters with military rifles and commit suicide by their wives bodies

Overseas network, September 13 (Xinhua) Indian police reported a tragedy on the 13th: a soldier from the central reserve police force went to relatives home with a military rifle, not only shooting his wife, but also shooting at his biological daughter and sister-in-law. In the end, the soldier shot himself next to his wifes body.

Madan Singh, a 38 year old paramilitary soldier from Indias paramilitary group, left the camp with a military rifle and went to his sister-in-laws home in the suburbs of Jammu, the press trust of India reported on the 13th. Police said Mr. Singh had previously had an argument with his wife over a number of issues before his wife left home.

However, after his wife opened the door, the angry soldier directly shot and killed each other, wounded his sister-in-law and fired several shots at his little daughter. Fortunately, his daughter escaped unharmed. Singh eventually chose to shoot himself near his wifes body. At present, Indias central reserve police force has launched an investigation into the incident. (overseas website Zhang Ni)

Modi was slapped in the face by former Indian army commander to reveal the real situation of Indian army in Ladakh area

Since India provoked trouble in the border areas, modi has been very confident about the situation of the Indian army in the border areas, boasting of military strength and showing off logistics reserves. But is this true of the Indian army? The former Indian army chief has revealed the truth.

According to the southern frontier news, former Indian army commander lakh Sharma recently disclosed to the Indian media that the current situation of the Indian army in the so-called Ladakh region is very difficult. He said that whether the Indian army can adapt to the climate of the so-called Ladakh region and whether the logistics can meet the current needs of the Indian army are very worrying.

In fact, this military commanders words are not unreasonable. Although it is only October, the temperature in the so-called Ladakh area has been extremely cold, and it is now below - 5 degrees Celsius. In addition, the piercing wind and thin air are sending out unwelcome signals to human beings. If Indian troops want to stay here for a long time, they must first obtain the consent of nature. However, India doesnt seem to care. It still deploys a large number of soldiers here, with nearly 50000 soldiers in the area. As the rapidly decreasing temperature freezes the rivers in the area, the area will immediately become a serious water shortage area. In addition, the roads will be affected by avalanches. The food and drink of these 50000 soldiers will become a major problem. Eating and drinking has become a problem. What about clothes? If you want to live in high altitude areas for a long time, you must use special warm cotton padded clothes. However, faced with 50000 soldiers, India can not afford such a large number, and can only purchase from abroad. However, it is almost impossible to meet the needs of 50000 soldiers in a short time. According to a source, only about 2000 sets of winter cotton clothes have been sent to the front line. In terms of housing, India can only choose to purchase from abroad. According to the news, the price of Indias purchase abroad is based on the market commercial price, and it adopts the mode of direct spot purchase. Thus, we can see how urgent the Indian armys material demand is.

Whats more, whats more, whats the medical condition. Cold temperature will inevitably bring frostbite, cold and other diseases, and other serious problems such as pulmonary edema and brain edema will follow with the gradual decrease of temperature. However, the number of medical staff in the border areas is seriously insufficient, so the Indian army has to train their ordinary soldiers into temporary field health workers. All in all, the battlefield environment with poor conditions, lack of medicine and lack of food and water has obviously failed to keep up with modis ambition and fantasy. (author: Tang Hui)

Press report: poor quality thermal clothing, many people were frostbitten and some died

But a few days after the news came out, Indias 24 hours website reported that Indian soldiers were frozen to death. Moreover, the Indian front-line elite army mountain army suffered frostbite, and many soldiers were sent to plain hospital for treatment. Now, winter has not really arrived. This shows that Indias high price imported cold proof clothes are inferior products.

In the cold winter, it doesnt work, or the number of Indian armys winter clothes is too small to make one suit for one person. It may also be that there is no problem with cold proof clothes, and everyone also has them. However, due to the lack of nutrition and heat in the alpine and high altitude mountain areas with oxygen deficiency and 10-15 degrees below zero, the living environment is only tents, and the food lacks nutrition and heat, resulting in frostbite.

Almost all of the Indian Air Forces transport planes and helicopters, including C-130J super Hercules and C-17 global overlord, have been used to transport thousands of tons of food, fuel and other equipment to the region, the Indian medias Oneindia website reported.

According to the Financial Express, the number of vehicles and planes needed by India to transport winter supplies to the plateau border is staggering. Two roads are available on the ground, with an average turnaround time of about 10 days, and can only be opened to traffic from May to October. Aircraft and helicopter can be used to transport materials, but the capacity of air transportation depends on the aircraft type and weather, and the carrying capacity can not meet the increment.

Although the Indian army still has ground transportation, it is only more than 400 kilometers of road from Srinagar to Liecheng. The Indian media admit that the average turnaround time of a round-trip will take 10 days. Moreover, there are at least three very steep valley roads on this road, and it is a one-way street. In addition, only 400-800 trucks have been put into transportation in India. Therefore, civilian trucks have been recruited.

The actual transportation volume is mainly the transportation of three divisions deployed, as well as a large number of tent building materials, engineering equipment, weapons and spare parts, etc. Whats more, there is fuel. Whether its weapons, transportation vehicles, heating and cooking, we need a lot of fuel, a lot of gasoline, lubricating oil, heating equipment, drinking water and so on.

As a result, the Indian army airlifted thousands of tons of food, fuel and other equipment, up to 20000 to 30000 tons by land. Overall, the supply capacity is not more than two months, which should be more than one months consumption. It cant reach the level that India said at the beginning that 150000 tons of materials have been transported, which can be consumed for four months.

At 15 degrees below zero in the night, Indian soldiers were frozen to death at their posts: tens of thousands of people were trapped on the top of the mountain and hid in the trenches

It has dropped to 10-15 degrees below zero at night in Liecheng. According to an article published by a few days ago, an Indian front-line soldier was frozen to death in the post. At this time, its not the coldest time yet. Because, according to the Indian media, by November, the snowfall will reach 40 feet, which is 12.2 meters, which is a very terrible number.

Moreover, at the same time, the area will reach - 30 to - 40 degrees below zero, so the disease of wind and cold is even worse for the Indian army. Most people spend the winter in this kind of place, the probability of getting sick is very large. You can imagine that, 30-40 degrees below zero, the snowfall is 12 meters thick in a month, at the same time, it is also a serious hypoxia area.

Low air pressure, low humidity and strong solar radiation, the key is not eating well, there is no decent kitchen, mainly cabbage, radish, potato and pancake. In terms of living, its a small stove inside the tent. It takes months at a time, and most people get sick or depressed. Dont think about playing with your cell phone. Theres no signal there.

Its not easy to maintain tanks at such high altitudes, said Col. vajj Dara, commander of the Indian tank force. The air is thin and the temperature often drops to minus 45 degrees Celsius, which affects the performance of our tanks.

Tanks are not easy to maintain in such places, let alone people. Major S. Singh, deputy commander of the Indian tank force, said the air was thin and hard to breathe. It is often windy and colder. If you touch the tank pipeline with bare hands, you may get frostbite.

The Indian military said it had sent tanks, heavy weapons, ammunition, fuel, food and winter supplies to the high-altitude areas of the confrontation in order to maintain the armys combat readiness supplies in harsh winter conditions for up to four months. However, whether there are materials and whether they can be distributed is completely different. In fact, it is more difficult to distribute materials from Liecheng to hundreds of mountain strongholds than to deliver them to Liecheng.

Indian engineers are using cement and sand to build bunkers so that soldiers can hide in them and avoid strong winds and cold, the army said. Meanwhile, the Indian army is setting up toilets, kitchens and kerosene stoves in bunkers so that tens of thousands of them can stay out of the cold in the trenches. Because, in the cold winter season, its even colder on the top of the mountain. In fact, whether this method is good or not will need to be seen after November.

According to Kapur, chief of staff of the 14th army of India, prefabricated container shelters and bucket shelters have been installed in the trenches. We just dont understand what the barrel shelters are. However, it is reported that Indian front-line elite troops mountain army suffered frostbite, and many soldiers were sent to plain hospital for treatment. And winter has not really come.

At present, except for a very few countries, no country has the logistics transportation task of nearly 20000 people including one mechanized infantry division in a high altitude area above 5000 meters with helicopters for four months in winter. This is not a task that can be accomplished with a hundred and eighty helicopters.

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