India-china: After the confrontation in Dokalm and Ladakh, China has now made a whole hearted war with India. For this, it is also doing preparations. China has started collecting blood in the hospitals of its various provinces, so that the casualties of soldiers during the war will not lead to death due to blood loss. In addition, the Chinese army is in the strategy of using Tibet airports during the war with India.
According to China's official newspaper Global Times, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has transferred blood bank to a hospital in Changsha, Hunan, China, in which the local government is running a campaign to collect blood. Apart from this, blood is being deposited in large hospitals of many provinces including Hubei Province of China and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
As per global times, Many hospitals in different provinces are controlling the use of blood, and according to a reliable anonymous source from a hospital in Changsha, capital of Hunan Province, the blood bank has been relocated by the PLA and the local government is organizing a blood drive to replenish supplies.
The Chinese army has transferred blood bank to these hospitals, where blood is being deposited. According to the Chinese newspaper Global Times, during the war with India, the Chinese army can use the Tibet airports to land and fly military aircraft. Before the earthquake in Sichuan province, the blood was transferred to the stock. It is believed that it is being sent to Tibet.
Actually, the dragon is engaged in the war against India. it is making all preparations for the lust of war it is always mongering always in it mind. For this, it has started several military activities, including blood collection in border areas. At the same time, the Chinese newspaper has said that India will not win war from China. However, the reality is that if there is a war with India, then China will have to suffer a lot many long term consequences.
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