China continues to make some or the other conspiracy against India, regarding which the Indian government has taken many strict steps. This includes from banning China apps to strengthening the army on the LAC. On Thursday, Union Minister of Power, New and Renewable Energy RK Singh said that several attempts were made by Chinese hackers to target electricity distribution centers near Ladakh, but they were foiled. The cyber attack was recently attempted twice by hackers to target the power distribution in the Union Territory.
cyber attack on power grid
According to ANI, while talking to media reports claiming cyber attacks on power grids near Ladakh between August and March, the Union Minister said that “two attempts were made by Chinese hackers to target power distribution centers near Ladakh”. , but did not get success.’ The minister further said that there is a need to strengthen the defense system to face cyber attacks. He said that ‘we have already strengthened our defense system to face this type of cyber attack.’
changes in indian army
After the aggression shown by Chinese troops in April-May 2020, India has made a lot of changes regarding its army. India and China are talking to each other at both the military and diplomatic levels to find a solution to the dispute. But till now no way has come to the fore due to the lack of sugar prices. In a recent conversation to talk about patrolling point 15 friction, he gave a solution that India refused to accept.
Has attacked many times
According to media reports, Chinese state-sponsored hackers had targeted Indian Power Distribution Centers near the Union Territory of Ladakh in the last 8 months. Meanwhile, top officials of the Indian Army and Air Force are examining the needs of preparedness and infrastructure along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), as the military standoff between India and China continues in eastern Ladakh.
The Indian security establishment, led by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, believes that the dispute will be resolved only if China goes back to its pre-April 2020 position. The Indian side has strengthened its army more on the LAC. The Indian Air Force has started building advance bases in forward areas, including infrastructure to operate fighter jets and attack helicopters from forward fields like Nyoma.