India is no longer the India that will be afraid of the jackals of China. Today's India also knows how to give a befitting reply to the threats of China and also knows how to treat the coming threat by sensing it.
Due to this, the Indian Army has deployed several M777 ultra-light howitzers guns near the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh.
This information has been given by the military officials on Thursday. In Arunachal Pradesh, the army has started to strengthen its side.
In this sequence, howitzers have also been deployed in most of the sensitive areas of the Ladakh sector.
The M777 Howitzer can be lethal to the enemy as it has a range of 30 km and is manufactured by BAE Systems. The biggest thing is that it can be easily taken from one place to another with the help of a Chinook helicopter at any time.
M777 howitzer guns have been deployed to strengthen the position on the Indian border with China.
The border dispute between India and China has been going on since last year. To resolve the dispute, several rounds of talks have been held between the two countries so far, but the dispute is not fully resolved.
Along with the talks, China has increased the deployment of the army on the border with India. In such a situation, India is also strengthening its defence preparedness.
On the other hand, bypassing China's threat, another delegation of US lawmakers is on a visit to Taiwan. It is being told that an eight-member delegation of lawmakers will meet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to discuss various issues.
The US delegation is led by Democratic lawmaker from Florida, Stephanie Murphy. Murphy is one of the lawmakers who introduced a bill allowing the sale of arms in support of Taiwan. It is a similar bill which was passed for Ukraine.