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They awaited. US-shared intelligence assisted in preventing a Chinese incursion in Tawang

 According to a recent revelation citing US intelligence sources, hitherto unreported intelligence exchange between the US and India assisted the Indian armed forces in last December's successful repulsion of a Chinese invasion in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh.


According to a US News article, US government officials informed their Indian colleagues in real time about the Chinese deployments and force level before to a PLA incursion for the first time.


They were holding out. According to a US intelligence source with knowledge of the situation, this is the case because the US has provided India with everything necessary to be fully prepared for this. These claims are consistent with prior reporting from India Today Open-Source from December 2022, which showed how Indian forces were set up for a potential Chinese incursion in the area with the aid of the most recent satellite images.


India had stated that no Indian soldier was significantly hurt during the physical altercation on December 9 in Yangtse as they successfully chased the Chinese forces away.


On December 9, 2022, PLA troops attempted to unilaterally alter the status quo in the Tawang sector's Yangtse area by crossing the LAC. According to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, our troops opposed the Chinese attempt with firmness and resolve.


According to US intelligence sources, the incident served as a test case for the effectiveness of military-to-military intelligence cooperation between two nations. According to US News, the intelligence given with the Indian military was more thorough and swiftly delivered than anything the US had ever done. It also contained useful satellite photos.


Over the past few years, India and the United States have developed stronger military ties. US Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III had stated during the visit by External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar last year that we are taking major initiatives to strengthen our defense cooperation, from stronger information sharing and defense industry links to cooperation in emerging defense sectors.

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