China holds military drill close to Arunachal border, ‘enemy’ craft the target
Author: Desk July 17, 2017
China’s latest military drill in Tibet is being seen as a message to Asian country, because the standoff between the border guards of the 2 countries in Doklam continues even when a month.
China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has control “live-fire drills” on the brink of the India’s border in Arunachal, to follow fast movement of troops and destroy enemy craft.
The reports didn’t say once and why the 11-hour military exercise was control, the most recent in an exceedingly series of the war games the Chinese have talked regarding following the month-old standoff between the 2 countries in Doklam region that borders India’s northeast frontier in geographical region.
The report is being seen as a message to the Indian government and military, as China claims giant elements of Arunachal, India’s east state, as southern part of Tibet.