India deployed K-9 Vajra guns in Ladakh, Army Chief gave a strong message to China-Pak


The Indian Army has deployed the first K9-Vajra Self-propelled Howitzer Regiment in the Forward Area of ​​Eastern Ladakh amid the ongoing tussle with China over the border dispute. This cannon can attack enemy positions at a distance of about 50 km. Army Chief General MM Naravane, who visited Ladakh, bluntly told China that the Indian Army is ready to respond to any action of the dragon. On the India-China standoff, he said that the situation has been quite normal in the last 6 months. We hope to have the 13th round of talks in the second week of October and we will reach a consensus on how the disengagement will happen. Naravane on Friday visited several forward areas in eastern Ladakh and comprehensively reviewed India’s operational preparedness in the backdrop of the prolonged military standoff with China.

Talking to news agencies ANI, Naravan said that gradually all conflict points between India and China will be resolved. I firmly believe that we can resolve our differences through dialogue. I hope we will be able to achieve the result. We expect the 13th round of talks to take place in the second week of October. And in the last 6 months the situation has been quite normal. Pointing to China, the Army Chief said that we are regularly monitoring all their activities. Based on the inputs we have received, we are making similar developments in terms of infrastructure as well as troops, which are essential to counter any threat. Giving a strong message to China, he said that we are fully prepared to deal with any situation.

Army Chief Narwane said that the Chinese have deployed a large number of people across Eastern Ladakh and the Northern Front up to our Eastern Command. Certainly the increase in their deployment in forward areas remains a matter of concern for us. Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said on the demonstration of K-9 Vajra self-propelled guns that these guns can work in high altitude areas as well. Its field trials were extremely successful. We have now added a whole regiment of this cannon and it will be really helpful.


Giving a strong message to Pakistan, he further said that we have conveyed through weekly hotline messages and DGMO level talks that they (Pakistan) should not support any terrorism related activities. There was no ceasefire violation by the Pakistan Army from February to the end of June. But recently there has been an increase in infiltration attempts. There have been two ceasefire violations in 10 days. The situation on the border is coming back to the days before February.

On the Afghan issue, he said that we are regularly monitoring the situation in Afghanistan and its possible effects and consequences. In what form this will happen, it is too early to say. But we have an eye. India on Thursday hit out at China over its attempt to blame it for the border dispute, saying “provocative” behavior and “unilateral” efforts by the Chinese military to change the status quo along the LAC in the region has led to peace in the region. serious damage to the situation.



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