China's new military bases in 8 places: Border retreat: Sensational intelligence report

The military standoff between India and China in eastern Ladakh has been going on since the first week of May last year. Diplomatic and military talks are underway between the two countries on the withdrawal of forces. At the same time, China has not stopped heavy military buildings along its borders. India continues to build more military shelters along its borders as part of the upgrade of military and air bases it faces.

According to the latest intelligence report, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has set up modern container-based shelters for its troops at at least eight locations along the Line of Control (LoC) in eastern Ladakh on the Chinese side of the border. Chang La, Tashigang, Manja and Churup. 80 to 84 containers have been set up in seven clusters at each location, military sources said.

It is clear that these are in addition to the tiger structures built since the beginning of the military stalemate in April-May last year, and that China has no intention of diverting troops in the future. "We are facing a tough situation in Ladakh, but the CPLA has withheld extensive expansion and extensive construction," a senior official said. "Our soldiers have become accustomed to working in the harsh mountains, and their courage has been affected by the Chinese soldiers' inability to cope with such a situation," he said.

At the border, India and China still carry about 50,000 troops, howitzers, tanks, and surface-to-air missile systems. There is a fermented nippula on the borders. Both armies regularly patrol with their troops in critical areas at high altitudes. At the same time planes and drones are monitoring the situation.

China also has a 3,488 km stretch from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. LAC has developed several new air bases and helipads throughout. In addition, it upgraded major air bases such as Hotan, Kashgar, Gargunza, Lhasa-Gongar, and Shigatse with combat fighters and bombers. China has deployed Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles at Gargunsa to counter Indian air strikes.

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