In an attempt to distract Indian troops stationed along the Line Of Actual Control, the Chinese PLA army recently put a loudspeaker near the finger 4 area at Pangong and played Punjabi song.
This comes after Indian troops occupied the heights at Finger 4 area and are now 24*7 overlooking the Chinese Army’s movement from dominating heights. According to ANI sources, the post at which the Chinese Army has put up loudspeakers is under 24×7 constant watch by Indian soldiers.
Recently, the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in parliament said that China is in the unauthorized operation of about 38,000 square km in Ladakh. He added that this violates a number of bilateral agreements between the two countries. He further said that in a so-called Boundary-Agreement in 1963, Pakistan illegally handed over 5,180 square km of Indian land of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) to China.
“As of now, the Chinese side has mobilized a large number of troops and ammunition in the LAC and interior areas. East Ladakh and Gogra, Kongka La and Pangong Lake have several friction areas on North and South Banks,” he said.
The loudspeaker trick, on the other hand, is not something new. Reports suggest that China used the trick back in the 1962 India-China war too. And in our defense, Twitter users have some suggestions.
Better than that, the anti-communist songs by Nationalist Chinese Revolutionary Army from ’40s ….they’re very, very provocative ????????— Saffron Crusader (@TheeEndIsNeigh) September 16, 2020
Indian Army should respond by playing Arnab’s drug do mujhe drug do video.— Drunk Journalist (@drunkJournalist) September 16, 2020
Bihar regiment is standing there. They should play Bhojpuri songs.— SR Lakshmi Narasimhan (@narasimhan_sr) September 16, 2020
Meanwhile Xi Jin dances on our tunes??? pic.twitter.com/y8BwzvOofQ— Bobby Gandhi ?? (@BobbyGandhi3) September 16, 2020
India should put loudspeaker and play dhinchak poojas song china wapis kabhi nahi ayyega?— Mask ? (@Mr_LoLwa) September 16, 2020
Meanwhile, Beijing on Wednesday said it has been “honouring” agreements signed with New Delhi, adding it is committed to “peace and stability” in the border region.
“For the Chinese side, we have been honouring the agreements signed between China and India. We are committed to peace and stability in the border area. Meanwhile, we are committed to our sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.
The strong Indian Army is preparing for a long winter in Ladakh.