China playing Punjabi songs at LAC to distract Indian Army as it did in year 1962

Sep 17 2020 01:15 PM
China playing Punjabi songs at LAC to distract Indian Army as it did in year 1962

New Delhi: The stalemate over the Indo-China border in eastern Ladakh continues to escalate. In the meantime, India has already warned China of retaliation, and the Government of India has also increased its military strength on the border. But now China is adopting a tactic adopted in the War of 1962 to harass and divert the attention of the Indian Army.

The Chinese army is playing Punjabi songs on LAC to divert the attention of the Indian Army. For this, the Chinese army has also installed loudspeakers on the finger area of the Pangong lake. The Chinese have found these tricks to take care of the Indian Army and divert their attention. Even after this experiment by the Chinese army, the Indian Army rests on the border with promptness and is monitoring the Chinese Army. With regard to this experiment, it is said that this kind of movement was also started by China in the year 1962 when there was a war between India and China. The Chinese Army had also tried to divert the attention of the Indian Army in the western and eastern sectors before the war. Not only that, but China also did the same in the Nathu La confrontation of 1967.

The Chinese army is not only playing the Punjabi songs but also playing the speeches of Indian leaders on the loudspeaker. All these speeches are in Hindi and belong to famous Indian leaders. The Chinese army's move also aims to divide the Indian Army and demotivate them.

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