China Deploys Nuclear Missiles Just 500 km From Ladakh, Satellite Pictures Reveal Big

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Amid ongoing tensions in Ladakh, China has launched missiles capable of carrying its nuclear weapons on a large scale from the Indian border to DF 26/2009. 21 have been posted. Satellite images showed that China had DF-26/200 at the Korla military base in its Sh Nijiang province. 21 missiles have been deployed. These missiles are clearly visible in the pictures. The missile has firepower of about 4,000 kilometres and comes to most of India’s cities.

These satellite pictures released by open intelligence source Detresfa have been taken in the month of June this year. According to the latest report of the Federation of American Scientists, the first missile at Kurla base was deployed in April 2019 and the second missile in August 2019. According to Chinese media reports, the Chinese army’s 646 brigades equipped with DF-26 missiles was announced to be deployed for the first time in April 2018. Thereafter, in January 2019, Chinese media announced that there has been manoeuvre in China’s Western Plateau region (adjacent to India) with DF-26 missiles.

US scientists believe that China’s nuclear weapons are much higher than India’s. China will soon become the world’s third-highest nuclear weapon country, leaving France behind. China’s nuclear weapons number has doubled in the past 15 years. China is going to significantly increase the number of these nuclear weapons in the next decade. He said China’s growing nuclear weapons have increased the discomfort of its neighbouring countries. The latest report by the international body of the nuclear weapons monitor, Cipri, says that China has enhanced its nuclear weapons last year. According to the Cipri report, India has 150 and China has 320 nuclear weapons. While China has increased 30 nuclear weapons in the past year, India has 10 atom bombs.

DF-26 capable of carrying nuclear and conventional weapons
China’s DF-26/2009 The missile has firepower of about 4,000 kilometres and comes to most of India’s cities. China has deployed it at a distance of just 500 kilometres from Ladakh. The missile is famous worldwide for its dual capability. Df-26 is capable of carrying both nuclear and conventional weapons. Because of this capability, it would be difficult for the enemy to understand which missile is coming with nuclear weapons.

Due to the same firepower of DF-26/21, it is called China’s ‘ Guam killer ‘ missile. Guam is the US naval base near Japan. China had presented the missile to the world for the first time in its military parade in the year 2015. The missile is now with the Chinese army’s rocket force. India has Agni-IV and Agni-V missiles. In the latest report, China has about 80 DF-26 missile launch, with a total of 80 to 160 missiles.

China deploys long-range nuclear bomber, cruise missile
While the Chinese Foreign Ministry is claiming to maintain peace and stability with India on the line of actual control in Ladakh, the People’s Liberation Army and Air Force are continuously increasing their preparedness. Along with the missiles, China’s Air Force has deployed a long-range bomber aircraft H-6 capable of carrying nuclear weapons at Kashgar Airport. The satellite image of the open intelligence source Detresfa has shown that strategic bombers and other assets are also deployed at the airbase.

China deploys bombers aircraft

Looking at the distance from Ladakh, it is feared that India has been deployed due to tension. Satellite photographs show that there are 6 Xian H-6 bombers on the base, two of which are with 2 payloads. In addition, there are 12 Shiyan Jh-7 fighter bombers, two of which have payloads. There, 4 Shenyang J11/2017 There are also 16 fighter planes with a range of 3530 km. With this, China has also deployed KD-63 land-attack cruise missile here. The range of these missiles from H-6 Bombay is about 200 km.

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