Ladakh Face-off: Rajanth Singh inspects a Pika Machine Gun at Leh
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh arrived in Ladakh on a two-day visit on Friday. Today the Defense Minister has arrived in Leh's Stakna.
Ladakh: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh arrived in Ladakh on a two-day visit on Friday. Today the Defense Minister has arrived in Leh's Stakna. Here the para commandos performed brilliantly in front of Rajnath Singh. Para commandos conducted maneuvers near Pangong Lake. Today India is demonstrating its power here.
Pangong Lake is the area where the first encounter between Indian and Chinese soldiers took place.
Para commandos in Ladakh valley:
Para commandos were sent to Ladakh only after the conflict between India and China began. In view of the state of war, these para commandos were deployed in high-altitude areas such as Galvan Valley, Pangong Lake and Daulat Beg Oldi. Para commandos have been deployed to carry out operations in enemy territory.
Negotiations are continuing to ease tensions between India and China. At the same time, the soldiers of the Chinese army have also retreated from many areas, but India is ready on every front. India does not want to be left behind in any way. Presently, para commandos are demonstrating in front of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh how to carry out the operation.
Indian Army T-90 tanks and BMP infantry combat vehicles carry out exercise at Stakna, Leh in presence of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Army Chief General MM Naravane.
Before leaving for the two-day visit, Rajnath Singh said that he was going to review the situation on the borders and interact with the armed forces personnel deployed in the area. Rajnath Singh will reach Lukung Post near Pangong Lake in the morning. Then Leh will talk to Air Force personnel at the airport and leave for Srinagar at 11.30 am.