Ladakh: The clash of Chinese soldiers with the Indian Army soldiers in Galvan Valley was not just a coincidence, but China had planned it well. Separate reports from the US Intelligence Agency and India’s security agencies have shown that China had made a lot of preparations to infiltrate from Finger-4 to Galvan and Hot Spring areas. Apart from this, China had already deployed many modern weapons in some areas.

In April this year, it was revealed from the satellite image that the Chinese Army is deploying tanks made of special type and very light in weight at the border. Although some media reports had reported the deployment of these tanks to Tibet since last year, China’s intent was fully understood when it started infiltrating Indian areas adjacent to the LAC.

Please tell that the weight of the T-15 (ZTPQ) tank is 30 tons and it has a 105 mm gun. Because of which it can be used easily in the hilly areas. It is also being claimed about these tanks that they can also be moved from one place to another by helicopter, although this report has not been confirmed.

However, it is also not the case that India has no answer to the deployment of T-15 tanks by the Chinese Army. Recently joined the army and M-777 gun sourced from America is being deployed from India Arunachal Pradesh to Ladakh. India has purchased 145 M-777 guns, which are being included in 7 different regiments of the army.

Explain that a regiment has 18 guns. The most important thing about M-777 gun is that it can be moved from one place to another by helicopter. The Indian Army has also deployed a Chinook heavy lift helicopter from the US on the LAC. In such a situation, full preparations have been made to respond to Chinese T-15 tanks.

China has T-95 tanks, which are not equal to or less than India’s T-90. In such a situation, if China attacks aggressively, then T-90 tank is its big answer, that’s why the army had delivered these tanks to Ladakh at the beginning of June.