India will buy 12 Sukhoi and 21 Mig-29 fighter jets from Russia

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India has immediately decided to buy 21 MiG-29s and 12 Sukhoi fighter jets from Russia amidst the ongoing deadlock with China.

The process of acquiring fighter jets has been expedited to further enhance the strength of the Air Force, as severe confrontation has continued between India and China for more than a month at Galwan Valley and other points in the Linseed.

Satellite images show that China has again resorted to a seasonal war strategy to change the course of the Galwan River in Ladakh. The Chinese People's Liberation Army, with three countries' experience in seasonal warfare, has ten divisions (a corps capacity of one million personnel), which is adept at operating in seasonal conditions in Holland and is fully involved in the war on the LoC. They are completely dedicated to the war on LOC, only Israel has an army with such capability.

China had earlier resorted to a similar strategy to control the flow of the Brahmaputra River in Assam and the Sutlej River entering China from Himachal Pradesh. Intelligence estimates that China may refuse to provide hydrological data on the Brahmaputra and Sutlej rivers during the monsoon season.

The analysis of high-resolution satellite images, as well as input collected by the agencies clearly shows that the the Chinese military earlier this week used a bulldozer to collapse the hilltop on its side to cause maximum casualties to the Indian troops during the skirmish. In this attack, 20 Indian soldiers including a colonel rank officer were martyred.

These bulldozers were deployed by China across the LAC. Sources say that the aim was to stop the flow of the river and to leave the collected water suddenly so that all the preparations of the Indian Army and the logistics of the war would be washed away, the Chinese army has been doing this for more than a year.

They had increased its activities in the area. Hundreds of vehicles, including trucks, armored military vehicles, and bulldozers had begun to be deployed across the LAC along the banks of the Galwan River. It is also evident in the satellite photographs that pre-fabricated huts have been built across the LoC to accommodate Chinese troops.