Amid the ongoing tension along the border with China, Indian security forces have been asked to deposit arms and ammunition for a 15-day intense battle. The security forces have been ordered to stockpile all necessary weapons and equipment for the 15-day major battle. It is estimated that Rs 50,000 crore will be spent on this work. This has been confirmed by a top official while speaking to a news channel. However, he clarified that the order to store ammunition was issued some time back.
The authority is now to prepare itself for the big 15-day battle, while the deadline has been set to 10 days. It is preparing in view of the current tensions with both India, China and Pakistan. A long time ago, Hayekman was asked to prepare for the 40-day war, but the days have since been reduced to 10 days, a top official said. After the Uri attack, it was felt that preparations for the 10-day war were very low, so the then Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar increased the economic package of the three armies from Rs 100 crore to Rs 500 crore.
In addition, an additional fund of Rs 300 crore was given to the three armies. From which necessary war-related weapons can be purchased. The defense forces have since taken a lot of weapons, ammunition, missile systems and other necessary equipment, which will make it easier to counter opponents. On the other hand, the army has also started forcing itself. According to the new information, the Chinese Army has established several military camps for better preparation against the Indian Army. Speaking to a Hindi news channel, the top official said that the Chinese Army has established more than 20 military camps in areas deeper than the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The purpose behind setting up this military camp is to strengthen its preparedness against India. According to a top official, camps have been set up following tensions with India, which have all the necessary things related to the mechanic. A large number of troops have been deployed along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. The two sides have held several rounds of talks to reduce tensions, but no proper agreement has been reached.