After the bloody conflict between India and China in eastern Ladakh, India is now fully alert. After Chinese fighter jets and helicopters appeared on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India is now deploying its high-powered weapons on the LAC. The Indian Army has recently deployed far-flung Akash missiles in the eastern Ladakh region.
According to government sources in the news agency ANI, these missiles were deployed along the Indo-China border in eastern Ladakh as part of ongoing construction in the area to enable the Indian Air Force to respond to the Chinese Air Force.
In the last two weeks, the Chinese Air Force has deployed Sukhoi-30 and its strategic bombers behind the LAC. He is seen flying within a radius of 10 km near the LAC. After which it was decided to deploy the air defense system.
Government sources told ANI that amid increasing construction in the region, air defense systems of both the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force have been deployed to deal with any misconduct by Chinese airforce or PLA helicopters.
Chinese helicopters appeared near eastern Ladakh border
Sources said that India would soon receive high-performance missiles from its friendly country (Russia) and which could soon be deployed on the border.
According to sources, Chinese helicopters flew very close to the Indian LAC in all inaccessible areas, including the northern sub-region (Daulat Beg Oldi Sector), Patrolling Point 14 near the Galvan Valley, Patrolling Point 15, Patrolling Point 17 and 17A ( Hot Zone Springs) as well as Pangong Tso and Finger Zone where they are now contacting Finger 3 Zone.
Indian Air Force performing maneuvers
It is worth noting that Sukhoi 30-MKI as well as transport aircraft and Chinook helicopters are also participating in Indian Air Force exercises under stress from China. Air Force aircraft are continuously flying from Chandigarh to Ladakh to increase the strength of the army in the region by transporting goods. The Army and Air Force, responsible for the security of the region, have been elevated after the recent visit of Ladakh to the former Army and Air Force.