Dangerous bomber aircraft deployed near Ladakh border.
Tensions remain along the Line of Actual Control between India and China. However, from today the fifth level of dialogue between the military commanders of the two countries has started. The two countries have spoken of retreating in many areas in the eastern Ladakh border amid tensions over 90 days. However, China has still not retreated in Pangong Tso and negotiations are going on in both countries.
On the one hand, while China is talking about peace and negotiation to find a solution, it is also continuously increasing its military capability near the border. This evil intent of China has been busted once again. Some photos taken by the satellite have revealed dangerous plans in China. It can be seen in the new photographs that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China has deployed several of its bomber aircraft to lash with nuclear bombs at airports near the Indian border.
Open intelligence source Detresfa has tweeted and released satellite images showing China’s strategic bombers and other modern and dangerous weapons deployed at the airbase near the Ladakh border. Satellite photographs show that the base has 6 Shian H-6 bombers, two with payloads. Apart from these, there are 12 Shian JH-7 fighter bombers, two of which have payloads. At the same time, there are also 4 Shenyang J11 / 16 fighter planes with a range of 3530 km.
Talk about the distance of this Airbus from the Ladakh border, it is about 600 kilometers. In such a situation, it is being speculated that China has deployed these military weapons and aircraft due to the ongoing border dispute with India. These bombers are capable of carrying nuclear warheads and have a range of up to 6000 km.
China currently has about 250 Shenyang aircraft, the maximum speed of these aircraft is 2500 km per hour. This plane is a license version of Russia’s SU27SK. These aircraft are capable of protecting the airspace and in terms of ground attack. According to experts, China wants to increase its strength of the Air Force in the Ladakh border region.