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One soldier per family: China recruiting Tibetans in PLA for deployment at LAC

By India Today

China has made it mandatory for every Tibetan family to send one member to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in a bid to strengthen its military deployment along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with India. The recruitment is being made after a ‘loyalty test’ of the Tibetan youths, sources told India Today TV.

The Chinese are making every possible effort to strengthen their presence along the Line of Action (LAC), especially in extreme weather areas such as Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh, sources said.

“The Chinese Army has started this project to induct one member each from the loyal families of Tibetans who would be deployed permanently at the LAC with India,” government sources told India Today TV.

Sources further said the Chinese army is recruiting Tibetan youths in its territory and training them for operations along the LAC with India.

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