2020-07-13

India faces severe challenges! Leave early or fight early? The choice must be made, otherwise the loss will be heavy

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Although India now looks very tough, the real problems facing India are serious. In other words, India must make a choice now, whether to leave early or fight early? Otherwise, the consequences will be heavy losses! Why do you say that?

According to recent domestic media reports, after both the Chinese and Indian troops retreated backwards, India not only did not stop, but the Indian army has always insisted on training in the border area to prepare for the possible war. Various military aircraft are still gathering in the border area, and the construction of related highway projects has not stopped. Some Indian media posted a video on social media and pointed out that India’s An-32 transport aircraft and Mi-17 helicopters reached the frontline area, less than 130 kilometers from the border. The landing point of these aircraft is the “road” built by India, and, in wartime, they will become the perfect “battlefield runway”.

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The picture shows the An-32 transport aircraft

However, China has long seen a series of small moves in India. Therefore, some domestic experts said that India’s move is likely to be a delaying tactic. But after a long delay, the unlucky is India! the reason is simple. The seat Zhang Zhaozhong previously revealed in a video column that if the two armies are to fight, the time will be between July and September . The reason why this is so certain is actually related to the climate in the border area.

Unlike plain areas, plateau areas have earlier winters, longer durations, and lower temperatures. From October to November, the temperature will start to drop rapidly. According to data measured in India last year, the average temperature is minus 35 degrees Celsius. This is undoubtedly a severe test for the soldiers stationed and the logistics support. China has built permanent buildings early in the morning and has done a good job of basic guarantees. It is not a big problem with China’s logistics supply. But the situation in India is completely different.

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The picture shows the Indian bridge collapse

Based on the 14th Army, although India stores nearly 70,000 people here. But now, due to the need to”show a tough attitude”, Ladakh has an additional 80,000 people, and these reserves have soared to the”red line””position. In addition, logistics problems still exist. Transport vehicles always overwhelm the bridge. If you stay one more day, the stored materials will consume a little more. If winter comes early, the Indian border will suffer huge losses.

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The picture shows the Indian military tent

Another important reason is that the first thing the People’s Liberation Army used to go to was to build permanent fortifications. The people living there must have little problem. What about India? Not only did they increase their troops, they were also busy building roads. In this case, if they still live in tents in September and October, it is estimated that these grass-roots soldiers in India are basically for the purpose of making a living, and they may have to ask their superiors about weapon arrangements.

Therefore, if senior Indian leaders do not want to face such a situation, leaving early or playing early is a must-have multiple choice question. Otherwise, due to the harsh environment at the border, the temperature will drop sharply and the number of Indian soldiers frozen to death is likely to be much higher than the Indian soldiers killed in the conflict. (Duchuan)