As we all know, the Indian army suffered a big loss in this conflict. It can be confirmed that at least 20 people have died since the colonel battalion commander. In addition, there are wounded people several times this. The total loss is still very large.
In this “cold weapon” confrontation, the Indian army has been repeatedly beaten away. I believe everyone has seen such news on the Internet.
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According to Indian practice, if you take advantage on the battlefield, you have to make a movie; if you lose money, especially after a big loss, you have to make a movie.
In this year’s situation, India wants to make a movie to boost people’s hearts, which is actually their practice.
Why is this an Indian practice? We didn’t just open our mouths. Here are a few simple examples, because India has really become addicted to doing this kind of things in the past few years.
In 2018, India had a movie called “Partan” released. This movie was based on the 1967 Sino-Indian Nathula Pass conflict. The Indian army in the play is naturally too powerful, but compared with the real history, it is basically the other way around.
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In this battle, our army sacrificed 32 people, wounded 91 people, casualties totaled 123 people, and killed 607 Indian soldiers. This battle damage is even slightly more advantageous than the battle of 1962. The Indian army did not look for compensation in the movie, and it was also uncomfortable.
In 2018, India released a “anti-China drama” and “Captain Jokind Singh”. The protagonist is a “brave” Indian army officer. With fewer enemies and more enemies, he used machine guns to play the game, and close combat was also close. Invincible.
It may be that this method of turning defeat into victory by film is effective. India released two more movies in 2019.
One is titled “72 Hours: The Indelible Hero” and the other is titled “Uri: Surgical Strike”. The background of the previous film is a battle in the 1962 Sino-Indian War, and the background of the latter film is a retaliation operation by Indian special forces entering Pakistan after the Uri incident in 2016.
Let’s talk about this “72 Hours: Heroes That Will Never Elapse” first.
The so-called indelible hero refers to the “God of War” Jaswang Singlavat in the history of Indian military warfare.
In the so-called 72 hours, according to the description of the history of the Indian army, this person blocked the PLA’s offensive for three days with one person in the Nurulang area on the eastern battlefield in 1962, and eliminated more than 300 “Liberation Army.” Then India used this bragging record as the material for the film to shoot.
But does the Indian Army really have such gods?
Going through the history of the PLA’s eastern front, I really didn’t find any position of the Indian army that could block the PLA’s attack for three days.
The so-called Battle of Nurulang is actually part of what we call the Battle of Xishankou.
On November 17, the 163rd and 165th Regiments of the 55th Division contacted the Indian Security Guard Unit. When the Indian Army encountered our scouts, they opened fire with heavy firepower, and most of the firepower points were exposed.
After the start of the general offensive on November 18, the 165th regiment of the 55th Division took on a frontal attack task and took 42 minutes to break through the Indian frontier positions. The main force of the Indian army lost fighting spirit and fled south. The 165th Regiment pursued bravely with the 1st and 2nd battalions, and at the same time entered the second echelon. The regiment was supported by the 120th mortar battalion of the 306th Artillery Regiment and 1 company of the 308th Artillery Regiment. , Parallel pursuit or volley, chasing and fighting, successively conquering the unnamed highlands on the south side of the river, Nurulang, and No. 3 Bridge, and developing in depth.
The 163rd Regiment of the 55th Division, with 3 battalions, 9 companies and battalion-owned machine gun companies, captured the unnamed highlands in the northeast of Xishan Pass, and repelled the Indian army 3 counterattacks, then annihilated the rebellious Indian army, seized 3 artillery positions and seized Xishan Pass. One part of the Xishankou Indian Army resisted and the other escaped. The 163 Regiment chased the Indian Army with 1st Battalion and 8th Battalion with 3 Battalions.
The biggest trouble the Indian army caused to our army during the battle was the minefield. In this minefield, 19 soldiers of our army died and 10 soldiers were wounded and trapped. As for fighting the Indian defenders, it was not too difficult, of which 163 Regiment 1 company and 2 platoons were sharp knife platoons. Only 51 Indian soldiers were killed and 4 were captured by the defecation.
At 15:00 on the 18th, the 163 regiment and the 165 regiment merged. After the Indian army on the north side of the Xishan Pass was resolved, the battle basically ended at 18:00. From the general attack to the end of the battle, it took 10 hours and 30 minutes to wipe out more than 500 Indian troops.
It is worth mentioning that the famous Pang Guoxing combat team was fought during this battle. They went deep into the Indian army 7.5 kilometers, destroyed 2 artillery positions of the Indian army, and seized 7 artillery pieces. Later, Pang Guoxing and the others famously said: Instead of surrendering, the enemy dared to fight back.
Since the Indian army has been in the position for less than a day, is it possible that the “God of War” mentioned in the history of the Indian army will fight the PLA for three days?
Because the Indian army was in a state of disintegration, many troops were scattered and fleeing. Some people actually hid in the corners of the ravine after leaving their positions. If the People’s Liberation Army did not pay attention, these people would slip away.
However, it just so happened that the subsequent task of the 55th Division was to search and suppress the remnants of the enemy near the Xishan Pass. In this way, more than 300 Indian troops were eliminated.
The so-called “God of War” Jaswang Singlavat, who blocked the PLA’s three-day attack by the Indian army, was probably eliminated during the search and suppression phase, rather than blocking the PLA’s three-day attack on the position.
Has this person eliminated more than 300 PLA?
According to statistics from the battle history of the 55th Division, our army sacrificed 97 people, and another 164 were injured, with a total of 261 casualties. Killed and captured 920 Indian soldiers, seized 90 guns, 920 guns, 21 cars and 105 radio stations.
In other words, the People’s Liberation Army suffered less than 300 casualties in the entire Battle of Xishankou. Where did the Indian army brag about killing more than 300 people?
Moreover, the record of such a “God of War” in the Indian Army is so much.
Judging from the seizures of our army in this battle, there are more guns than the enemy. This shows that after the battle began, many Indian troops threw away their weapons and fled. This kind of army does not use movies to blow it up. Gild.
There is also the “Uri: Surgical Strike”, which is a remake of contemporary real events.
In 2016, four Pakistani militants raided the headquarters of the 12th Brigade of the Indian Army, killing 19 Indians and wounding more than 30 others. The Indian army immediately organized a retaliatory counterattack, and even entered the Pakistan-controlled area twice for cross-border strikes. Then, Bollywood shot the movie and it was released in early 2019. Because the film effect was okay, it was extremely exciting for Indian citizens.
But what is more smashing is that not long after the movie was released, the Indian Central Reserve Police Force was attacked and 42 people died on the spot.
Subsequently, India planned a military operation for a cross-border air strike against Pakistan in February 2019. As we all know, the air strikes did not hit anything. One MiG 21 was shot down in the air battle. The pilot of the lieutenant colonel was captured, and the Indian army was the “only”. The result of the battle was to shoot down a rescue helicopter in his country, killing 7 people on board.
Of course, according to Indian propaganda, it is impossible to admit that it has suffered a loss. According to Indian official propaganda, the “results” of the air raid were more than 300 people, and the MiG 21 killed a Pakistani F-16 before being shot down ——In front of the whole world, you can lie naked, and there is no one.
In the conflict in the Kalwan Valley in June this year, the Indian army suffered again. It is said that some Indians later mistakenly believed that Liangshan 108 would be the loss list of the PLA.
But now that India is unable to get a bargain on the front lines, and the domestic epidemic and economic situation are extremely serious, it has once again used traditional skills and relied on magic drama to boost the morale of the people.
Some friends will definitely say, what do you say about Indian oracles here? How do you think about the anti-Japanese drama in China?
In fact, although the two have certain things in common, they are really different in detail.
For example, in anti-Japanese dramas, few people regard those weird plots as real history. Even the target audience of the anti-Japanese drama, they would not think that plots such as hand-tearing devils, thunder hidden in the crotch, and Moto Gatling are true.
Even if the target audience is like this, let alone people who have a little knowledge of history, military, and common sense.
And what is the current situation of the anti-Japanese drama? Basically, it has reached the point where everyone is screaming and beating rats. Not only is it not recognized at the national level, but it is also not recognized by the people.
A related TV series was released some time ago, but after everyone’s unanimous opposition, didn’t it go offline before it was finished?
Moreover, my country directly stipulates that broadcasting organizations shall not broadcast TV dramas on the theme of the War of Resistance against Japan that violate common sense, jokingly interpreting history, and excessively entertaining.
Why is it so?
Because the War of Resistance Against Japan is very serious to the Chinese people, the anti-Japanese drama is full of ridiculous plots, insulting the audience’s IQ, and distorting history and disrespecting the heroes.
Any normal Chinese should basically make this judgment. If someone thinks that the anti-Japanese drama is real history, then “Congratulations”, you and the vast majority of Indians are on the same level.
Why do you say that?
Because when Indians look at their Bollywood war drama, most people regard it as real history.
The reason for this situation is not only related to the self-confident personality of the Indian national fan, but also to the overall education level and quality of its citizens (please pay attention to the key point of quality).
In addition, since its independence, India has had the habit of modifying its history through official propaganda and films, so that in fact, the battles that India has suffered a lot can be promoted as great victories.
In this context, the Bollywood drama is not so much a film and television work, but rather a film and television smoke bomb that confuses the Indian public.
If someone insists that the anti-Japanese drama and the Indian drama have the same effect, then we can only regret to say that these audiences are at the same level as the behavior of the Indian nationals using film and television dramas as historical and real events.
After all, people don’t read much. When the drama is a real record, do you follow?