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Preparation for exercise from LAC to Indo-Pacific… QUAD’s power will be seen, China’s blood will burn

Rajat Pandit, New Delhi: India has started SIMBEX Naval Exercise in Bay of Bengal with Singapore from Wednesday. By the end of the year, the world will see the power of QUAD countries. Whether it is Malabar Naval Exercise or infantry exercises with Australia and three ASEAN countries. India and America will practice war in difficult areas near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China. Malabar exercise is to be done from 8 to 18 November. Warships, submarines, fighter planes and helicopters from India, America, Japan and Australia will gather in Yokusaka, Japan. These QUAD countries are determined to respond to any ‘coercion’ in the Indo-Pacific in view of China’s expansionist stance. Here the power of QUAD will be seen in the Indo-Pacific, while the love of these superpowers will burn the blood of China. QUAD Countries have made it clear that they will jointly respond to China’s inappropriate actions. AUKUS is also involved in this partnership. It is a group of the US, the United Kingdom and Australia formed to help Canberra acquire nuclear submarines.

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The Malabar exercise will include multi-rouge stealth frigate INS Shivalik, anti-submarine corvette INS Kamorta and a P-8I long-range maritime patrol aircraft. India has also geared up for exercises on the ground with America. The battalion level exercise will be held at Auli in Uttarakhand from 15 November to 2 December. This place is barely 100 kilometers away from the LAC bordering China. An official said, “There will be around 350-350 soldiers from both sides in the exercise. Integrated battle groups will be tested in mountains and extremely cold environments.

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Slowly but surely, India is strengthening its defense ties with Australia. The armies of both the countries will participate in the first ‘Austra-Hind’ Infantry Combat Exercise from 28 November to 11 December. Another army official said, “This will increase the capability to operate simultaneously in semi-desert terrain.”

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