78.9 F
Thursday, May 26, 2022
Home Featured Stories Report: Indian Army Stocking up on Spiked Clubs After Chinese Massacre

Report: Indian Army Stocking up on Spiked Clubs After Chinese Massacre


Skip to content

‘The [Indian death] toll will likely go up’

India’s Northern Command has commissioned lightweight riot gear and spiked clubs for its border forces following a deadly attack on Monday by China’s army, which saw the Chinese use batons wrapped in barbed wire to kill at least 20 Indian soldiers in the western Himalayas, India Today reported on Thursday.

Following Monday’s bloody hand-to-hand combat, the Indian Army felt compelled to order the armor and spiked clubs to protect its soldiers from further ambushes by China’s army, “a medieval adversary,” according to the report.

Monday’s clash occurred in the Galwan Valley, located in the northeastern Indian state of Ladakh. Neither Indian nor Chinese troops stationed along the border in this region are reportedly armed though, following the incident, some reports claimed the Indian soldiers had firearms but not permission to use them.

Read More

The groundbreaking Alexapure Breeze air filtration system is now on sale with the largest discount we’ve ever offered! Save over 45%!

Guns Stolen From Police Vehicles During Atlanta Riots

Trudeau 'Very Disappointed' With China's Decision To Charge Two Canadians With Espionage

Web Hosting