Taiwan:India and China has been on the edge of a major conflict since April after the PLA trespassed into Indian territory in violation of the agreement between the two countries along the Line of Actual Control. With the Indian Army and border security forces giving the Chinese side a thrash, the panicky Beijing is building up its troop deployment along the international border. The People’s Liberation Army is no match to the resilient Indian contingent and its soldiers surely know that the going is about to get tough in Ladakh as the harsh winter season approaches.
However, a video that arises on social media recently indicates that the PLA troops who are being sent to Ladakh to fuel China’s misadventures are not quite happy with their government’s move.The footage showed a group of young PLA recruits sobbing as they head towards the India-China border to face the Indian Army.
In order to validate that the video was legitimate, a Chinese Twitter user by the handle ‘@waynescene’ re-posted the video on social media platform and wrote, “They were told that they would be going to the front lines after they got on the bus. The cannon fodder are crying!”
— ?????? (@waynescene) September 20, 2020
In the video, the troops could be seen struggling to sing the PLA song ‘Green Flowers in the Army’ as they are sobbing, the Taiwan News reported.Reports claim that the footage was initially posted on the WeChat page of Fuyang City Weekly before it was taken down, and the original video showed that the 10 new recruits were from Fuyang City’s Yingzhou district in China’s Anhui province.