Chinese Media Claims To Deploy Robotic Jawans On LAC, Indian Security Forces Shows Mirror

Chinese media has claimed that its country’s army has also deployed robotic soldiers on the LAC. On this claim, high sources of Indian security forces have said that they have not yet seen any such robotic soldier. But if so, then it will prove to be very helpful for the Chinese soldiers because it is very difficult for them to bear the severe cold here.

For the second year in a row, Chinese soldiers had to remain stationed

This is the second consecutive year that the Chinese army decided to be stationed on the border despite the severe cold. Here the temperature is minus 20 to 40 degrees Celsius. Indian soldiers are posted here like every year this year also. Army sources told ANI that it has not seen any robotic soldier in the area so far. But if this happens, it will be of great help to the Chinese soldiers who are not accustomed to facing the cold here.

Chinese soldiers rarely coming out of the barracks

Sources said that due to the cold, Chinese soldiers are not coming out of their barracks at many places. His soldiers leave for a short time and immediately enter the barracks. Last year also, the Chinese soldiers had to face a lot of problems due to the cold. After this, in the summer, the Chinese army replaced 90 percent of the soldiers because the old soldiers were caught by illness in the severe winter.

Chinese soldiers were also replaced in Pangong Lake area

Chinese soldiers were constantly being changed in the Pangong Lake area too because this place is at a very high altitude and it is very cold here. Indian soldiers are adept at fighting at high altitudes and are also adept at handling the cold. Soldiers are posted in such places for two years and every year 40 to 50 percent of the soldiers are replaced.

Rijiju said, changing the name of China will not change anything

At the same time, in Itanagar, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju rejected China’s move to rename some places in Arunachal Pradesh. He said that the renaming of places in India by someone outside the country will not change their status. The Union Law and Justice Minister also said that such a name change would not be acceptable to anyone.

He further added that the name Arunachal was given by the country and it is acceptable to all. Our traditional name, the identity of our community will live on forever. If someone from outside gives some new names, it will not change our position.