- The Indian Army is receiving this training in order to equip them to enter sensitive areas that Army vehicles cannot access.
- The inner villages and roads, and the jawans are completing the march for up to 50 km while carrying their rifles and other equipment.
The Indian Army and the Army Aviation Corps have increased their readiness, which is now necessary, in an effort to deal with any type of unpredictable circumstance along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Notably, tensions between India and China have persisted since since the Chinese forces massed soldiers near the contentious border in April or May 2020 in an effort to alter the status quo and advance the LAC.
In relation to this, Captain Abhiraj Sharma told ANI that the Indian Army is conducting operations with the help of the aircraft Cheetah and LAH. He went on to say that it is employed for the operation and sustainability of troops at LAC as well as for rescue missions, adding that there are many difficulties present, such as altitude, weather, and various terrain characteristics.
Army Aviation Corps in Tezu also strengthening its preparednessv
In contrast, the Army Aviation Corps in Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh, is improving its readiness to deal with any difficulties along the LAC. Speaking on the subject, Captain A. Sandhu argued that the Army Aviation Corps had been essential, particularly for the ground operation and its difficulties due to terrain, weather, and altitude.
Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh | Army Aviation Corps strengthens its preparedness, to counter any challenges along LAC
Army Aviation Corps has been the backbone, especially for the ground operation… challenges include altitude, weather conditions & terrain conditions: Capt A Sandhu pic.twitter.com/q2QoRjupAJ
— ANI (@ANI) August 21, 2022
Notably, the Madras regiment in Tezu has prioritised sustainability by conducting a route march at night to the inner villages and roads, and the jawans are completing the march for up to 50 km while carrying their rifles and other equipment. The Indian Army is receiving this training in order to equip them to enter sensitive areas that Army vehicles cannot access. Additionally, these personnel have received adequate training to handle tense circumstances like Galvan and others.