India and China are in the situation of face off since April, when for the first time in decades Chinese Army PLA (People’s Liberation Army) engaged its troops on the border in Ladakh. After many round of talks the condition on border is still critical with no disengagement of the troops from the both sides.
Missiles are deployed to be prepared of any mishap from Chinese side
So to be ready to tackle any situation India has rolled out its missiles including 500 km-range Brahmo cruise missile, 800 km-range Nirbhay cruise missiles along with Akash surface-to-air missile (SAM) which has capability to target the threats in the air from 40 Km away. These are deployed to be prepared for any mishap from Chinese side.
For the first time in decades both the armies are on stand-off
Last mishap in Galwan Valley in June led to the death of 20 Indian soldiers. This is for the first time since decades that the armies of the both countries are on stand off against each other. Even with many round of talks of commander level between the both countries no positive result has been produced.
PLA has deployed weapons up to 2,000 km range and long range SAMs In Xinjiang and Tibet along with many troops. To be prepared to for the worst- case scenario India has deployed Brahmos, subsonic Nirbhay and also Akash to tackle with any situation.
China has not only deployed their weapons and troops in Ladakh but also in the neighboring places along the 3,488 Km Line of Actual Control (LAC). The missiles are placed on various position by Indian Army according to their usage and Line of Sight. As winter is approaching, both the armies are getting prepared for the coming very cold winter and it would become difficult for both the sides to be engaged in any mishap which can lead to the situation of war.