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Ladakh dispute: India and China deliver fighter jets

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Following the movement of Indian troops, China has also landed heavy weapons and fighter jets near the Indian border in Ladakh, while Chinese officials say they are ready to deal with any worst-case scenario.

According to the Chinese news agency, clashes broke out between the Chinese and Indian forces once again. New pictures of Indian soldiers being beaten by China also came to light. Chinese officials shared photos of wounded Indian soldiers on Twitter.

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China has also sent its heavy weapons and fighter jets to the eastern region of Ladakh for any possible war with India. The two countries have stepped up military activities along the Line of Actual Control, including Ladakh and Sikkim.

The Chinese Air Force has also expanded its airbase near Ladakh and placed the army on high alert, along with fighter jets. On the other hand, Chinese officials say they are ready to deal with any worst-case scenario. Visits between China and India are also likely to be canceled.

China has built bunkers in the disputed area of ​​Ladakh, while the Indian Army is also busy building bunkers. Some Chinese tents have been seen along the Galvan Valley.

International media report on India China tension.

According to Indian analyst Ajay Shukla, the Indian military was stunned when about 5,000 Chinese troops entered the Galvan Valley on May 5 last month. In another similar incident on May 12, about the same number of Chinese troops reached the Pyongyang Lake sector. Chinese troops also entered Dam Chowk in southern Ladakh and Nikola in northern Sikkim

On the conflict and tense situation, Indian Army Chief General MM Nirvana paid a quiet visit to the 14th Corps headquarters in Lahore and held a meeting with top commanders to discuss the areas along the Line of Actual Control between India and China. The security situation was reviewed.

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