No Chinese robotic soldier seen so far along Line of Actual Control ntc

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  • China claimed to deploy robotic soldiers on the border
  • No robotic soldiers seen on the border yet

Amidst the India-China standoff, it was claimed from China that China has deployed robotic soldiers on the border. But it has been learned from army sources that the Indian security forces deployed on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) have not yet seen any robotic soldier armed with guns on the border.

Robotic soldiers are good for China

Sources say that if the People’s Liberation Army deploys such soldiers, then their real army will be saved from the bitter cold. “We haven’t seen any robotic soldiers on the borders so far, but if the People’s Liberation Army does something like this, it will be good for them, as their soldiers really need to protect themselves from the freezing cold,” the sources said. . Because it is finding it difficult for them to survive in such cold weather.

Chinese soldiers are unable to work properly in the cold

Due to its expansionist offensive strategy, the Chinese government has deployed around 50,000 troops to India in two years. Due to the climatic conditions at high altitude, the Chinese military has been forced to rotate about 90 percent of its troops. This is because they are not able to function properly in such bad weather and bone scorching cold.

Sources said reserve forces from outside the Tibet Autonomous Region and new troops from other areas were brought in. It was certified by the Indian side that last year the Chinese army was seriously affected by the cold and they had suffered many injuries during the winter season.

Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane is visiting the Ladakh sector to personally assess the situation and issue orders to the forces on the ground. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has been active in China Study Group meetings to guide forces during military talks with China, along with giving inputs to forces on how to deal with the situation.

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