The Indian Army has reportedly deployed its heavy artillery gun – the Bofors – along the borders with China in the Arunachal Pradesh sector. 

Although there has been no official confirmation of the deployment of the Bofors guns along the border, news agency ANI stated: “Bofors guns deployed in a forward area along the Line of Actual Control in Arunachal Pradesh.”  

Notably, the Indian Army has also increased the deployment of air assets, including unmanned aircraft, in the Arunachal Pradesh sector along the border with China. 

The Army recently deployed its aviation brigade in the Arunachal Pradesh sector after acquiring unmanned aircraft ‘Heron I’, chopper ‘ALH Dhruv’ and weaponised attack helicopter ‘Rudra’. 

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The Army has enhanced its air surveillance in a bid to thwart any misadventure by the Chinese PLA in the Arunachal Pradesh sector. 

India has been deploying its military heavily along the borders with China to gain strategical advantage in case of any misadventure from the Chinese side. 

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