Pakistan's military shopping in China fuels LoC infiltration fears

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Pakistan is on a shopping spree of military equipment in China which it is feared will help arm jihadis and facilitate their intrusion. The long list of items includes 80,000 rounds of steel bullets, according to a report prepared by intelligence agencies, signalling a possible use by terrorists infiltrating into Kashmir from the Line of Control (LoC).

Steel bullets are potent enough to pierce through bulletproof jackets and have been used by terror groups against security forces in the last few years. A bulk order of these bullets is alarming as it indicated how Pakistan is equipping terrorists to cause maximum damage to the Indian security forces.

Pakistan's purchases of defence equipment from China to aid terrorists attempting to infiltrate into Kashmir shows the collusion between two countries against India, intelligence reports indicate.

The big arms purchases are happening in the wake of India-China standoff in Ladakh over the last three months. Despite military and diplomatic talks, the deadlock has not ended with both sides continuing with their military build-up at the Line of Actual Control.



The list of items that Pakistan is buying from China also includes surveillance platforms, winter clothing and equipment for high-altitude areas, artillery guns and combat armed drones.

Military observers believe that China wants to ensure that there is action at the Line of Control. "They feel this will keep India's focus on Pakistan so that Indian army's attention is diverted from the LAC against China," says Maj PK Sehgal (retd).

Maj Gen (retd) SP Sinha feels this is a "dirty game plan" between India and China. "Pakistan has not been successful in many infiltrations. Our effort should be to ensure even during the winter Pakistan is unable to aid infiltration of terrorists."

An intelligence report says a 10-member team of the Pakistan Army led by Brigadier Mohammad Zafar Iqbal visited China to review the procurement process. "The Pakistan Army team went to China for factory acceptance test of items procured from Aerospace Long-March International Trade Company (ALIT), China."

Reports also suggest that ALIT has offered Pakistan command and control options, including direct line-of-sight and satellite communications.

Pakistan has already procured 3,000-4,000 military combat ballistic bulletproof jackets from China. These are being supplied to the mujahideen battalions that assist terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba at LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Pakistan is also procuring balloon radars from China to be used at LoC. These helium-filled balloon looking airborne ground surveillance systems can go up to a height of 15,000 feet.

Intelligence reports also say Pakistan is procuring a medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Cai Hong-4 (CH-4) from China. It can carry a wide range of payloads.

These UAVs might be used at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to create further unrest in India.
 

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Pakistan is on a shopping spree of military equipment in China which it is feared will help arm jihadis and facilitate their intrusion. The long list of items includes 80,000 rounds of steel bullets, according to a report prepared by intelligence agencies, signalling a possible use by terrorists infiltrating into Kashmir from the Line of Control (LoC).

Steel bullets are potent enough to pierce through bulletproof jackets and have been used by terror groups against security forces in the last few years. A bulk order of these bullets is alarming as it indicated how Pakistan is equipping terrorists to cause maximum damage to the Indian security forces.

Pakistan's purchases of defence equipment from China to aid terrorists attempting to infiltrate into Kashmir shows the collusion between two countries against India, intelligence reports indicate.

The big arms purchases are happening in the wake of India-China standoff in Ladakh over the last three months. Despite military and diplomatic talks, the deadlock has not ended with both sides continuing with their military build-up at the Line of Actual Control.



The list of items that Pakistan is buying from China also includes surveillance platforms, winter clothing and equipment for high-altitude areas, artillery guns and combat armed drones.

Military observers believe that China wants to ensure that there is action at the Line of Control. "They feel this will keep India's focus on Pakistan so that Indian army's attention is diverted from the LAC against China," says Maj PK Sehgal (retd).

Maj Gen (retd) SP Sinha feels this is a "dirty game plan" between India and China. "Pakistan has not been successful in many infiltrations. Our effort should be to ensure even during the winter Pakistan is unable to aid infiltration of terrorists."

An intelligence report says a 10-member team of the Pakistan Army led by Brigadier Mohammad Zafar Iqbal visited China to review the procurement process. "The Pakistan Army team went to China for factory acceptance test of items procured from Aerospace Long-March International Trade Company (ALIT), China."

Reports also suggest that ALIT has offered Pakistan command and control options, including direct line-of-sight and satellite communications.

Pakistan has already procured 3,000-4,000 military combat ballistic bulletproof jackets from China. These are being supplied to the mujahideen battalions that assist terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba at LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Pakistan is also procuring balloon radars from China to be used at LoC. These helium-filled balloon looking airborne ground surveillance systems can go up to a height of 15,000 feet.

Intelligence reports also say Pakistan is procuring a medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Cai Hong-4 (CH-4) from China. It can carry a wide range of payloads.

These UAVs might be used at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to create further unrest in India.
Well, they're going to face ever more increasing firepower from our side. Btw, we have upped the ante all throughout LoC. Their "low-level" skirmishes/intrusions are being treated as conventional war threat by IA. So, from being roasted, they'll now be deep fried. Their shopping list will dry out fast.
 

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Well, they're going to face ever more increasing firepower from our side. Btw, we have upped the ante all throughout LoC. Their "low-level" skirmishes/intrusions are being treated as conventional war threat by IA. So, from being roasted, they'll now be deep fried. Their shopping list will dry out fast.
I am concerned about armed drones.. If Chinese ones are capable enough. Casualties may increase on our side as well.
 

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Pakistan is on a shopping spree of military equipment in China which it is feared will help arm jihadis and facilitate their intrusion. The long list of items includes 80,000 rounds of steel bullets, according to a report prepared by intelligence agencies, signalling a possible use by terrorists infiltrating into Kashmir from the Line of Control (LoC).

Steel bullets are potent enough to pierce through bulletproof jackets and have been used by terror groups against security forces in the last few years. A bulk order of these bullets is alarming as it indicated how Pakistan is equipping terrorists to cause maximum damage to the Indian security forces.

Pakistan's purchases of defence equipment from China to aid terrorists attempting to infiltrate into Kashmir shows the collusion between two countries against India, intelligence reports indicate.

The big arms purchases are happening in the wake of India-China standoff in Ladakh over the last three months. Despite military and diplomatic talks, the deadlock has not ended with both sides continuing with their military build-up at the Line of Actual Control.



The list of items that Pakistan is buying from China also includes surveillance platforms, winter clothing and equipment for high-altitude areas, artillery guns and combat armed drones.

Military observers believe that China wants to ensure that there is action at the Line of Control. "They feel this will keep India's focus on Pakistan so that Indian army's attention is diverted from the LAC against China," says Maj PK Sehgal (retd).

Maj Gen (retd) SP Sinha feels this is a "dirty game plan" between India and China. "Pakistan has not been successful in many infiltrations. Our effort should be to ensure even during the winter Pakistan is unable to aid infiltration of terrorists."

An intelligence report says a 10-member team of the Pakistan Army led by Brigadier Mohammad Zafar Iqbal visited China to review the procurement process. "The Pakistan Army team went to China for factory acceptance test of items procured from Aerospace Long-March International Trade Company (ALIT), China."

Reports also suggest that ALIT has offered Pakistan command and control options, including direct line-of-sight and satellite communications.

Pakistan has already procured 3,000-4,000 military combat ballistic bulletproof jackets from China. These are being supplied to the mujahideen battalions that assist terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba at LoC in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Pakistan is also procuring balloon radars from China to be used at LoC. These helium-filled balloon looking airborne ground surveillance systems can go up to a height of 15,000 feet.

Intelligence reports also say Pakistan is procuring a medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Cai Hong-4 (CH-4) from China. It can carry a wide range of payloads.

These UAVs might be used at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir to create further unrest in India.
Action on LOC will be bloody for porkistanis.
 

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The benefits of armed drone in a military-military conflict is very little, it’s good only against non-military.

probably for Balochistan & Pashtunistan.
Why do you think so Nigga :lawl:

Are Kamikaze Drones useless.
 

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Why do you think so Nigga :lawl:

Are Kamikaze Drones useless.
In Pakistan-India context & propeller driven drones, yes.
Kamikaze drones like IAI HAROP will have limited use during military to military conflict, especially when troops are on high alert, airspace will be scanned thoroughly during a conflict. If you recall spyder SAM shot a foot ball sized balloon on IB in the immediate aftermath of balakot strikes.

You have to factor in air over & radar coverage in a proper military to military conflict.

there could be one off success here and there in specialist missions, but as a primary weapon I doubt it’s success rate.
 

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Why do you think so Nigga :lawl:

Are Kamikaze Drones useless.
How many drones can they afford. May be in anti personal role using small drones but again costly preposition, costlier than mortars and abduls. Also it will free our hands too. It will be good for us if they take the first step. I am more interested in the surveillance capabilities they are trying to acquire.
 

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How many drones can they afford. May be in anti personal role using small drones but again costly preposition, costlier than mortars and abduls. Also it will free our hands too. It will be good for us if they take the first step. I am more interested in the surveillance capabilities they are trying to acquire.
Well what you said is true nigga but when their baap provide their cheap copied drones in large number? We need some kind of effective EW module against any drones. I remember BHEL developed some kind of EW suits effective against any kind of drones.
 

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Well what you said is true nigga but when their baap provide their cheap copied drones in large number? We need some kind of effective EW module against any drones. I remember BHEL developed some kind of EW suits effective against any kind of drones.
I feel that along with EW defence a good ciws like pantsyr, ak630 or that American one will be more affective.
 

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I feel that along with EW defence a good ciws like pantsyr, ak630 or that American one will be more affective.
L&T Sudarshan could be adopted for an Drone hunter roles.
 

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I am concerned about armed drones.. If Chinese ones are capable enough. Casualties may increase on our side as well.
They already have primitive-armed drones which they bought from China and painted in green color. If they target our posts & positions with armed drones, we will do the same. And soon we will escalate to LGBs and bunker-busters, and actively shooting down any aircraft coming close to the border, basically escalating the tension.

The benefits of armed drone in a military-military conflict is very little, it’s good only against non-military.

probably for Balochistan & Pashtunistan.
Drones, especially MALE & HALE armed drones are proving to be formidable for close-air support and recon. So under the cover of air-superiority, they can provide very precise targetting and support, like taking out field-commanders, radar, ammo and fuel storage. They are a kind-of sniper in the air.
 

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