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Chinese Army’s New Tactic- PLA Plays Punjabi Songs on LAC

While problems arise between the militaries of the two nations, Chinese troops opted for playing Punjabi songs for the Indian soldiers.

Ladakh, May 28 (ANI): A file photo of a Pangong Lake in Ladakh. (ANI Photo)

While problems have been arising between the militaries of the two nations, Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops have set up amplifiers at Finger-4 zone and are playing Punjabi and Hindi numbers for Indian officers, for the mere purpose of distraction. With the Indian soldiers setting up a nonstop perception post close to Finger-4, Chinese soldiers have set up amplifiers at a post which is legitimately under the observation of the Indian Army.


This again makes it clear that Chinese powers have again started to use their old propaganda gadgets including the utilization of amplifiers to misdirect Indian soldiers, as the strains along the Line of Actual Control stay unconstrained. However, mental fighting is an old stunt of India's northern neighbour, and the Indian army is all around familiar to PLA's strategies. Thus, India also has introduced amplifiers to counter the Chinese purposeful propaganda offer.


As indicated by the ANI report referring to sources, the most recent show by the Chinese soldiers could 'maybe be to soothe the weight'. The most recent strategy, in any case, can be viewed in relation to the three incidents of the firing that took place within the LAC in less than 20 days in the past.


The primary occurrence occurred when the Indian Army seized the Chinese endeavour to seize heights close to Southern Bank of Pangong Lake between August 29 and 30 while the subsequent episode happened close to Mukhpari height on September 7.


In the third occurrence, which happened on September 8 close to the northern bank of Pangong Lake, troops of the two sides terminated in excess of 100 rounds as the Chinese side was carrying on in an exceptionally forceful way, Army sources said.


The incident had occurred when the Indian foreign minister had gone to Moscow for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting and met his Chinese partner to address the issues on the border.

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