Pakistan deploys 20,000 soldiers in North Ladakh to support China

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New Delhi, July 01: Amidst China’s constantly failing negotiations with India, Pakistan has come out openly in support of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

Pakistan has deployed 20 thousand additional troops in Pakistan-occupied North Ladakh to help the Chinese Army in East Ladakh.

In addition, more than 200 militants are waiting to infiltrate into India at various launchpads in Poonch, Rajouri, Baramulla and Kupwara.

Since escalating tensions in India and China, the Pakistani Army has been firing indiscriminately on the LoC to infiltrate terrorists into India.

However, the Indian Army is already on red alert. Not only this, intelligence input has also been received that China is also in talks with terrorist organizations operating in Jammu and Kashmir these days.

China is trying to lay siege to India through Pakistan amidst ongoing tension along the eastern Ladakh border.

The Air Force of China (PLA-F) has deployed its fighter jets at 3 airports of Pakistan, Kandwari, Rahim Yar Khan and Sukkur. More than 20 Chinese Air Force fighter jets have been seen flying in Pakistan’s airspace. Hundreds of PLA-F airmen are also seen near these three airports of Pakistan.

China’s reasoning behind the construction of an airport in Pakistan’s border is that it will benefit China and Pakistan’s trade, but China’s intention is not hidden from anyone. Two airports have been built near the Indian border for Chinese airmen, while two more are being built.

It has also been reported that Chinese airmen are modernizing airbases of Pakistan such as Karachi, Jakokabad, Quetta, Rawalpindi, Sargoda, Peshawar, Menonwali and Risalpur.

The conspiracy of two-way war between China and Pakistan against India has been revealed through intelligence agencies under which the Pakistan Army has deployed its 20,000 soldiers in the Gilgit-Baltistan area. The place where these jawans are stationed is near the border of North Ladakh.

The territory of Gilgit-Baltistan technically falls in Jammu and Kashmir but has been under the occupation of Pakistan since 4 November 1947. Hearing the ‘occupation of Pakistan’, it seems that Pakistan would fall in occupied Kashmir but it is completely different from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). In the same way, there are many more.

China is also working to activate the terrorist organizations of Pakistan, in the midst of continuously failing talks with India. Intelligence agencies have received information that some terrorists of the Pakistani organization Al Badr have met Chinese officials in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Not only this, China is also helping in building a bunker to Pakistan near the Indian border. In fact, China has invested thousands of crores along the Indian border towards Pakistan, for which the Chinese Army is also active. In the same way, there are many more.

The 12-hour third round of talks between the core commanders of India and China on Tuesday has also been inconclusive. The meeting was convened by India to reduce tension on the LAC and prevent Chinese military incursions into Indian Territory, so the Corps Commander of the two countries sat face to face in the Indian Territory at Chushul near Pangong Tso.

In this marathon meeting there was no consensus on the issues of each other’s construction work and the withdrawal of armies. While there are 5 disputed areas on LAC between India and China, the focus was on Finger-4 in the meeting from which the forces of both countries are not ready to retreat.