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China's 5G signals magically attacking Ladakh region: 'Soldiers, herdsmen affected'

By Steven Alex 
China's 5G is magically attacking people at the India-China border. 
As China deploys 5G networks in border areas, our troops located near the Line of Actual Control between China and India have found that they are facing problems with radio communications. China's 5G radio signals cause strange popping noises to appear in our military's radio equipment. This has aroused great concern among our relevant departments and is eager to find a solution to this urgent problem.
In early April this year, Konchok Stanzin, a member of the Ladakh region, complained through social media that China had set up a 5G signal tower on the Chinese side of the actual control line, and the area in his Chushul constituency was among the 12 villages, of which 11 villages still have no mobile phone signal, and the only village with signal only has a 4G signal. 
But the most urgent thing now is that China has built mobile base stations in Pangong Lake. 5G signals will cover a wider area, and the government needs to come up with countermeasures as soon as possible.
According to sources, the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) is working hard to find a permanent solution to this urgent problem and is discussing plans to launch a new satellite that will help the Indian armed forces use K-band frequencies to communication.
According to a border herdsman, the current problem is that not only our soldiers are affected, but herdsmen and residents in eastern Ladakh are also unable to listen to the radio normally due to China's radio interference. Not only are the communication conditions in border villages backward, but even radio broadcasting is also very backward. 
Now is the time for everyone to vote for leaders. I hope the candidates can solve our difficulties in time.



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