News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Mon, 17 Aug 2020 07:33 PM IST
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According to news agency ANI, navy sources said, 'The top leadership of the navy will meet the commanders in the conference. Here he will discuss China's aggression and the steps that the Navy needs to take to check China's position in the Indian Ocean region and in the country's waters. The Naval Chief will be accompanied by Western Naval Commander Vice Admiral Ajit Kumar and Eastern Naval Commander Vice Admiral Atul Jain.
The Navy is adopting special standards to monitor the activities of the Chinese Army with deployment under operation throughout the country. Sources said the Navy is planning to acquire and deploy autonomous submarines and unmanned systems and sensors as soon as possible to keep a close watch on the activities of the Chinese Army from the Malacca Strait towards the Indian Ocean region. The Navy is leaving no stone unturned to prepare itself to deal with any situation.
Along with this, the Navy is also taking full caution and preparation for Chinese ships in the Djibouti region. The Navy has also deployed its ships in the surrounding area to deal with the problem that could be a crisis anytime in the future and to protect the national interest. Sources said that the Navy has also deployed its MiG-29 fighter jets at an important airbase where they are practicing to carry out operations in the plain and hilly areas.