In the midst of ever-increasing military tensions with India's neighboring country, the Indian Air Force has deployed its war planes, such as Sukhoi and Mirage, which have given encouragement to India against enemies in Ladakh. In Galvan Valley to Afgar-4 area, the army has also started additional deployment of soldiers and officers along with necessary munitions to deal with any situation.
Preparations can be gauged from this, for the past few days, 80 to 90 military trucks are going towards the forward areas of Ladakh daily. Artillery and tanks have also been sent. Most of these trucks are being sent from the Kashmir Valley itself. Meanwhile, GOC in C Lt Gen YK Joshi of the Northern Command of the Army also reached Leh on Tuesday.
Regarding the matter, sources said that the soldiers being deployed in Galvan Valley, Hot Spring and Finger-4 areas were kept in Leh and other places for the first few days so that they could adapt themselves to the local geographical conditions. Artillery and tanks have also been sent to the forward areas of Ladakh. Sources said that the 14 Corps of the Army based in Ladakh are fully capable of dealing with any situation. There is no shortage of artillery, tanks and other essential munitions and weapons. The military and military equipment being deployed from other areas is only for additional and advance deployment. Indian Air Force has also increased its activities in Ladakh.