Chinese Airforce fighter aircraft are flying very close to the border.
PLA soldiers present in large numbers in areas adjacent to the border.
New Delhi, 27 June: Orange alert has been issued in view of late night war-like situation after the ‘Akash’ Air Defense System was deployed in a face-to-face battle with China in the eastern Ladakh sector of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Indian forces have already made this announcement after strengthening their position from the sky to the ground.
An indigenously built Akash Air Defense System has also been deployed after the army and fighters in the skies to advance posts along the eastern Ladakh border to respond to any Chinese invasion.
The DRDO-built system can detect and bring down enemy every missile coming 30 kilometers from the border towards the border. It has the capability to neutralize air targets such as fighter jets, cruise missiles and air-to-surface missiles as well as ballistic missiles.
In fact, in the eastern Ladakh sector, the Chinese Air Force fighter aircraft have been seen flying very close to the border.
Hence, realizing their intentions, the Army and the Air Force have deployed air defense systems.
The stir has intensified from the Chinese side near LAC. People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops are present in large numbers in the areas adjacent to the border.
The Chinese Airforce is also very close to the border. China has built several airbases across its border from where its fighter aircraft are flying daily.
Although, the war-like situation between the two nations may not develop, but despite the ongoing political, diplomatic and military efforts to reduce the tension between India and China, the Indian forces have seen witnessing a large number of movement at the border resulting in ‘Orange Alert’ has been issued so that the Army and Air Force will be ready to respond to any daring of Chinese forces in a matter of minutes in case of sudden emergencies.