- Both armies await sixth round of commander-level talks
- Chinese soldiers playing Punjabi songs in high altitude areas
- China’s trick to divert the attention of Indian soldiers
Indian and Chinese soldiers face to face in the Pangong Tso-Chushul region of eastern Ladakh. After aerial firing between the two on 29 August, the two sides have assembled tank howitzers and shoulder-to-air missiles. The two forces are awaiting the sixth round of commander-level talks. But China is following another trick border. Chinese soldiers are playing Punjabi songs in high altitude areas. So that the attention of Indian soldiers can be distracted.
India occupies all the peaks
All the important peaks south of Pangong Lake are occupied by Indian soldiers. China now has to decide the date of the next meeting, which can be resolved. Meanwhile, Chinese soldiers are playing Punjabi songs with big loudspeakers. Actually, all these are following in the footsteps of their mentor and strategist Sun Joo. Which believed that if you break the morale of any army, you will win the war in the same way.
China wants to break morale
The Chinese Army wants to break the morale of the Indian Army through these songs. The question here arises as to why he is playing a Punjabi song after all. Actually, China feels that most of the soldiers in Pangong Tso area are Punjabi, so they are resorting to such songs to listen to them and change their mindset. Indian soldiers are enjoying this Chinese act and China is spoiling their ears by playing songs.
Where does China bring such maliciousness, this is its ‘Chanakya’
What is the logic behind the song
Whether it is a Punjabi song or any song, it is very important for the Chinese to understand what is the motive behind it. In fact, not all Chinese soldiers know Hindi or any other Indian language. The Chinese have a tight hand in English as well. If they continue to speak anything in their Chinese language from across the border, then Indian soldiers do not answer them. For this, they are playing Indian songs so that Indian soldiers look at them and then they do any wrong action. The second reason is that they also want to confuse the mind. By continuously playing a song, it also affects the mind. Chinese soldiers also repeatedly provoke the army against the government. It was also used by China during the 1962 war. In fact, China feels that it will break the morale of the Indian Army in this manner because China has fully understood the might of the Indian Army.
Hope of peace awakened from Moscow meeting
After the meeting of the two Foreign Ministers in Moscow, it is expected that the tension on the LAC will come down but China creates tense situation on the border every day. Although both forces are on trigger alert, there has been no major offensive move in the high altitude area for the past one week. Another senior Indian official said, “The PLA is considering its next move and is finalizing the approach for the next dialogue between the core commanders.”
Punjabi songs playing 1962-like tactic of Chinese soldiers in Ladakh, provoking against PM Modi
Our troops have captured several strategic heights on the southern coast of the Pangong Tso-Chushul region, with China further strengthening its claims in the ‘Finger’ region on the north-coast. The PLA has to come up with the next meeting date. Tensions between the two countries are at their peak and for the first time 45 years later aerial firing took place. There were firing incidents as the PLA aggressively tried to get close to our circle. Indian soldiers made it clear that this land is ours and China cannot even step into it.
Even full preparation for winter
According to the TOI report, the rules have changed between the two after clashes in the Galvan Valley on 15 June. 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in this conflict. A major concern is the Chinese army north of the Dipsang-Daulat Beg Oldi region. However, the Indian Army has done ‘large scale winter stocking’ to maintain its deployed troops even in winter when required. The first two incidents of firing took place on 29 and 31 August when Indian troops captured pre-emptive strategic heights drawn from Thakung at Gung Hill, Spanggur Gap, from Pangong Tsu on the south bank of Pangong Tso.