Ladakh continues to make headlines. The Galvan Valley remains tense. And India continues to be on high alert, strengthening combat positions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in order to be able to prevent any further adventures by China. In terms of territorial control, absolutely no change has occurred in the positions of the armies along the LAC, despite the fact that India and China have been building up their forces. Two armies are in combat positions, no shots are heard, but China has started a psychological war.
But recently Chinese military expert totally exposed the training and capabilities of Chinese soldiers According to Zhang Wenping’s military analysis, “in a comprehensive comparison, the Indian Mountain Division and the Special Forces have the rich practical experience and strong individual combat strength.Also he added Chinese military are not well trained and don’t have combat experience in Mountain warfare.”
About a third of the strength of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are conscripts who serve in the army for two years and then go into the reserve. PLA soldiers do not have serious military training.
Even if we lool the recent clash between Indian and China, F4 ridgeline has been captured by IA in a daring counterattack by our SFF boys. The PLA literally ran away without giving a fight. Status quo of May 2020 has been reinstated. Chinese FM have been asking us to go back to F1. Also, they lost two soldiers and many captured. So now you can imagine how well trained are they.
The Indian army combat battalion is one of the few forces in high-altitude areas in the world. In order to meet the operational needs of high-altitude areas, the Indian military recruits soldiers locally. Under extreme conditions, Indian special forces have the ability to climb mountains. With the help of large-scale machinery, it is possible to climb up to five kilometres of snow-capped mountains with only individual equipment.
The Indian special combat battalion is one of the few special forces in high-altitude areas in the world. In order to meet the operational needs of high-altitude areas, the Indian military recruits soldiers locally. Under extreme conditions, Indian special forces have the ability to climb mountains. With the help of large-scale machinery, it is possible to climb up to five kilometres of snow-capped mountains with only individual equipment.
In all the previous wars with Pakistan, India has achieved all success. The battle of the Siachen Glacier has also greatly enhanced the confidence of the Indian army. Siachen Glacier area above 5000 meters above sea level, the Indian Army has been operating for many years, setting up hundreds of outposts and stationing 7000 combat personnel. The highest post at an altitude of 6749 meters.
Currently 220,000 Indian troops in the Ladakh area, including the elite Indian Army Special Operations Battalion.It is reported that the total strength of the Indian Army’s special forces is about 5,000. These troops are different from the normal army. They are equipped with the highest specifications. In terms of personal armament, they are equipped with sniper rifles and field global positioning systems. The troops are equipped with light combat vehicles, all-terrain vehicles, and laser-guided bombs.
These troops have rich combat experience, and most of them have participated in the war with Pakistan. In the Kashmir region, Pakistani armed forces often conduct infiltration operations, comprehensively possessing various tactics of raid, sparrow, and guerrilla warfare. Therefore, Indian special forces on land have also accumulated a wealth of actual combat experience.