The Chinese do not have the training to fight the Indian army in the mountains: Bipin Rawat

Banglahant Desk: “China has realized that the Chinese army needs more training to fight India,” said General Bipin Rawat, India’s army chief. It has been almost a year since the Galwan clashes, said Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat.

In an interview with ANI on Tuesday, he said, “China has changed the position of its troops on the border after the conflict with India. China made the decision after clashes with India in the Galvan Valley and surrounding areas in May and June 2020. China understands that its troops are not adequately trained to fight in mountainous areas.

“Our troops are accustomed to coping with the cold,” said Bipin Rawat. Our troops are constantly patrolling this area. Because fighting in the mountains of Tibet requires a kind of special training, which has long been given to Indian troops. As a result, they are good at fighting in the hills.

He added: “But in the case of China, things are different. They come mainly from the plains. And the Red Army was deployed for a short time in mountainous places like Ladakh. As a result, they lack that special training. So the Chinese soldiers are unable to fight this cold. But we are keeping an eye on China’s movements in the border areas. “