China’s new conspiracy prepares a new fighter jet base near eastern Ladakh

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China is preparing an air force base for fighter jet operations in the province of Xinjiang near Shakche in eastern Ladakh.

According to information so far, China is preparing this base between Kashgar and Hogan.

While China has been negotiating for a few months to reduce tensions between India and the Chinese military in East Ladakh, it is on the other hand increasingly trying to increase its military strength in Ladakh. According to reports, China is preparing an airbase for fighter jet plane operations in Xinjiang Province near Shakche in eastern Ladakh. According to information so far, China is preparing this base between Kashgar and Hogan.


Kashgar and Hogan have already carried out their operations in China

By creating this new base that will allow you to monitor India more quickly while maintaining the gap between the two bases, you will also want to narrow it down. There is currently a distance of 300 km between the two bases. Two bases At the same time, attempts are being made to improve an air force base in Shakache for the use of fighter jets. According to sources, this base should be ready soon.

China wants to fortify each of its borders with military might to encircle India

China’s shares are also rising on the border between Uttarakhand and Barahoti. According to Indian authorities, China has brought many UAVs here. You can see them flying over the border all the time. Recently the Chinese Air Force also conducted an exercise while India was watching.

India Ladakh’s four new airports will provide an adequate response to China and India in terms of security have decided to build four new airports in Ladakh. One of these airports is also being built near Lake Pangong in Ladakh. Chinese soldiers also tried to infiltrate India. [In the Pangong Lake area, these four airports have been approved by the central government, and 37 heliports are being prepared near the actual control line through which the border will be monitored from Chinook.]

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