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Indian Army’s Ghatak Commandos Deployed At LAC to Counter Martial Arts-Trained China’s PLA

The border tensions between India and China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) have reportedly de-escalated

The border tensions between India and China at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) have reportedly de-escalated, each of the nations is still undertaking to deploy heavy Military close to the border.

According to a modern report, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is using martial arts running shoes to educate their military officers.

To counter the martial arts’ skilled Chinese Army, the Indian Army has deployed its Ghatak commandos.

According to reports, a Ghatak commando undergoes a specialized 43-day Commando Training Course at Belgaum in Karnataka.

According to a settlement among India and China signed in 1996, it was agreed that there would be no firing inside a two-kilometre radius of the LAC, no usage of any risky chemical weapons, guns, or any kind of explosives will be allowed.

Meanwhile, India and China have agreed to preserve talks every week to locate ways to reduce the anxiety on the LAC.