Indian Army's challenging response to China; Took out the blacktop.

Indian Army's challenging response to China; Took out the blacktop.

The Indian Army on Monday night foiled another Heinous attempt by China in the aftermath of the Doklam, despite receiving a blunt response from China in Galvan.

Not only Indian Javanese thwarted the August 31 infiltration attempt on Dragons; Rather, the Indian Army has succeeded in bringing the Black Top 4 under its control.

Indian Army's challenging response to China; Took out the blacktop.
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The Indian Army has disarmed China's strategy of trying to seize it. Such initiatives and morale of the Indian Army have been -praised nationwide. Indian Army's challenging response to China; Took out the blacktop.

With this in mind, the India-China Real Line of Control (LAC) is in a state of confrontation. The Indian government is keeping a close eye on the situation.

Mount Blacktop, on the south bank of the India-China border, is located on the southern shore of Lake Pangong.

At the top of the mountain, China has taken steps to monitor the movement of state-of-the-art surveillance equipment such as cameras, sensors, etc.

Before the Chinese took control of the Black Top 4, the Indian Army asserted its presence here and captured it.

Most importantly, despite the presence of modern surveillance systems and CCTV cameras in the Dragon LAC, the early entry and occupation of black Javanese by Indian Javanese has now added to China’s headaches.

The Indian Army has been able to bring the desolate mountain peak Black top4 under its control before it occupied by the Peoples Liberation Javanese (PLA). Also, Indian youths have destroyed China's state-of-the-art surveillance system.

In the aftermath of the incident, the military has been wary of china's subsequent conspiracy in the LAC. More Javanese have been-credited. The central government is monitoring the situation every moment.

Under the chairmanship of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister S. Jayashkar, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Chief of Army Staff CDS Bipin Rawat, Chief of Army Staff M.M. Nirvana, and many senior military officers have met twice to discuss the next strategy.

For the first time in Indian history, rumors have been circulating that India has succeeded in issuing checks to China.

Only that; How the surveillance system and state-of-the-art cameras failed to detect the entry of Indian Javanese has further embarrassed Dragon7. The dragon has faded ahead of the Indian Army's strategy.

In the past, the Chinese military has been -monitoring the activities of the Indian Army in the local area with state-of-the-art cameras and CCTV equipment.

Now that the Indian Army has asserted its presence on Blacktop4, Chinese cameras and CCTV equipment have been - destroyed there. China was already trying to capture the "Black Top" when it claimed it.

Tensions were high last Saturday night and Sunday after Indian troops blocked an infiltration attempt by Chinese - troops in the Indian territory near Lake Pangang in Chusul, Ladakh.

In the aftermath of the clashes, the Indian Army deployed T-72 and in Ladakh and Demochok.

Air force warships and helicopters have also flown in from the air, ready to thwart any move by China over the region.

China has also reportedly deployed its long-range fighter jet, the J-20, in the Hotan Air Force Base, 310 km from East Ladakh. The armies on both sides are now in a state of confrontation.

Both India and China claim the region as their own. But now that the Indian military has taken control of the area, China has objected.

China has demanded that India withdraw its troops from here- and has- objected to India's intrusion into its territory through its national media, the Global Times.

Not just blackout; The Indian Army has also strengthened its presence in Chusul and some other areas.

Notably, the Black Top 4 is No Man's Land (uninhabited area). It was under India. After the Indo-China war, China took over.

It was later included in the LAC and was - told that no party would enter the area.

But China infiltrated here and tried to take military action against the Indian Army by cutting off its state-of-the-art surveillance equipment.

China has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday - stated Similar, baseless allegations concerning India's intelligence have been - made more than once.

G. Rong, a spokesman for the Chinese embassy in New Delhi, said Rong had accused India of violating all the agreements reached in resolving the border dispute.

But it has been refuted by the Indian Foreign Ministry. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava alleged that India and China were trying to infiltrate the area.

He acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat China's military.

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