The Indian Army has put barbed wires as obstacles at heights under its keep an eye on at the Line of Actual Regulate (LAC) bordering Ladakh, signalling to the Chinese that they cannot enter its territory. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has made more than one attempts to take over Indian-held positions, sources said.
“This has been done to discourage them from coming near to areas we are occupying. The message is loud and lucid, don’t come into our area,” the official said.
Meantime, the first batch of five Rafale fighter jets were formally inducted into the Indian Air Force today in Ambala air base, at a time when India is busy in an escalating border row with China in eastern Ladakh.
A galaxy of dignitaries including Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, his dressing counterpart Florence Parly, Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria and Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar will attend the ceremony.
In another news, products and services on the Delhi Metro’s Red, Violet and Green lines are set to renew today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will digitally launch the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY) today and also inaugurate the e-Gopala App, a comprehensive breed improvement marketplace and information portal for direct use by farmers.
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