Army demonstrates battle drill to destroy 'enemy tank' in Arunachal In internse training

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Army demonstrates battle drill to destroy 'enemy tank' in Arunachal In internse training

Amid the ongoing tussle along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on the India-China border, the Indian army soldiers were on Thursday seen undergoing aggressive training and taking vigorous exercises in rough climate conditions of the Eastern Sector in Arunachal Pradesh the Indian army's anti-tank squad is seen demonstrating a battle drill to destroy enemy tanks in the Tawang sector near the LAC, where a brief standoff was reported with the Chinese PLA earlier this month. The anti-tank squad is seen doing a missile-firing demo, showing how they would destroy their armoured targets.  Indian army soldiers can be seen coming out from an underground bunker, as part of the intense training in the rough terrains of Arunachal Pradesh.  The annual training exercise that the People's Liberation Army (PLA) carries out, there has been some increase in the level of activities but that is in the depth areas. Some of the reserve formations of the PLA which were mobilised have continued to remain in their training areas but that again is in operational depth. We have enhanced our surveillance both in LAC and depth areas.