3 Indian Army Units Thwart Chinese Army During Border Clash
Indian Air Force continued training exercises in eastern sector for surveillance amid border clashes. The US has also sent stern messages to China, supporting India.
Three Indian Army units from different regiments faced the Chinese Army troops as they tried to cross the Line of Actual Control in Yangtse.
India Today learned that the troops were part of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles and Jat Regiment and the Sikh Light Infantry.
They were there at the scene of the clash when Chinese attempted to enter Indian territory.
Because the Chinese were armed with barbed wire sticks, clubs and other equipment, they wanted to use barbarian tactics against Indian soldiers.
They also said that the Indian troops were prepared for the clash because they knew the intentions and plans of their adversary.
One unit of the Indian Army was on the way out, and was being replaced by a new one. The Chinese decided to clash with the Indian Army on the same day that both units were in the area.
Each year, the Chinese Army troops attempt to enter these areas to try and patrol their claim line. India doesn’t allow this.
The Chinese military has been aggressively acting in Yangtse, near the Holy Dip and Parikrama areas of the Line of Actual Control. This is where Indian forces have been opposed to.
Sources claimed that the Chinese Army brought drones with them to film the entire clash. They were hoping to outnumber Indian soldiers.
Over 300 Chinese troops had arrived with the intention of attacking Indian positions. However, they were badly beaten and forced to retreat to the LAC.
In the past, the area saw clashes between both sides as the Chinese attempted to encroach on all the land that belonged to their neighbors.
Amit Shah, Union Home Minister, has stated that no one can capture even a single inch of land in India.