Four to six satellites sought to keep an eye on Chinese soldiers

Security agencies have demanded four to six satellites from the government to monitor the movements of Chinese troops in the Indian territory and interior areas of China. Security agencies have realized the need for these satellites after the deployment of nearly 40 thousand soldiers with heavy equipment in various areas along the Indian border under the guise of starting a war exercise in the hinterland in the Xinjiang province of China.

It is understood that the intention of the Chinese Army is to shock the Indian Army by suddenly attacking various areas including Leh. The 14th Corps is currently responsible for the security of the region. Defense sources said that four to six satellites with high-resolution cameras and sensors are being felt to monitor the activities of the Chinese Army.

By getting this satellite to security agencies, our dependence on other countries to monitor China will be over. The Indian Army has some military satellites but not enough. To increase monitoring capabilities, it is necessary to increase their number.

At present, the Chinese army is occupied near the Finger Area and Pangong Lake. The soldiers stationed here are not ready to withdraw. The Chinese Army wants to build a surveillance post in Figure 5 area. Similarly, he is keeping his feet in Gogra too.

Not being clear about China's activities, it took time for the Indian Army in Ladakh to increase its troops against China. China, like Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and have prepared their troops in the areas adjoining Arunachal Pradesh.

However, the soldiers on these fronts are in a slightly backward area. The Ministry of Defense has acknowledged that the Chinese army has occupied Indian land in many places.