India and China troops clash at Naku La, Sikkim Border

In fact, after Galwan Valley, now Dragon’s soldiers have shown their tricks in Sikkim. But here too, Indian Army personnel have given a befitting reply to China.

India and China troops clash at Naku La, Sikkim Border (PC: Social media)

New Delhi: The tension between India and China over the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in East Ladakh has been continuing since last year. The two sides also met for more than 11 hours to resolve this tension, but China has again shown its nefarious activities on the border.

In fact, after Galwan Valley, now Dragon’s soldiers have shown their tricks in Sikkim. But here too, Indian Army personnel have given a befitting reply to China.

Strong clash between India and China at the border

There has been a fierce clash between the forces of India and China in Sikkim. In NaKu La, Sikkim, the Chinese army was trying to enter Indian territory, but the Indian jawans drove everyone away. More than 20 soldiers of the Chinese army have been injured in this clash. While four Indian soldiers are also reported injured. Let us know that China had shown this snowfall three days ago. China tried to change the status quo of the LAC, but the Indian troops stopped the Chinese troops. After which the two armies clashed.

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Meanwhile, experts say that as the winter subsides, incidents of skirmishes on the border may intensify. According to defense experts, there may be many activities on LAC in case of freezing cold. Conflicts with China are likely to increase, as China is stung. China’s Western Theater commander has been retired, as Indian troops in the Pangong region pushed back China and captured their land .

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China is stung, so it is willing to do anything. Experts say as soon as the weather is right and the cold is less, China’s activity on LAC can be seen. The month of March-April can see very hot weather on the border, so be prepared.

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