India Counters China Strongly On Ladakh LAC Via Troops Deployment

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India Counters China Strongly: China through it’s Army’s action in Pangong Soe Lake near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh and in the Galvan Valley is rapidly increasing it’s troops and is trying to convey through this that the Indian Army (The conflict with the Indian Army) is not ready to end soon. In such a situation, India is giving a befitting reply to China.

India also increased surveillance through troops deployment

According to media reports, India has also increased the number of troops on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh to give a befitting reply to China. Along with this, monitoring and patrolling have also been tightened. India had said that the Chinese army is obstructing the general patrolling of Indian soldiers and India has always taken a responsible attitude towards border management.

Sources said that there have been reports of Chinese troops crossing the border several times in various areas of eastern Ladakh and a scuffle between the two armies on at least two occasions. Sources said that the Indian Army is also increasing its strength in Pangong Tso Lake, Galvan Valley, and Demchauk. It told that the Indian Army is also aggressively patrolling several sensitive areas including Demchauk and Daulat Beg Oldi.

It is being told that the Chinese side has increased its presence especially in the Galvan Valley and has put up about 100 tents in the last two weeks. He said that despite the strong objections of the Indian Army, China is bringing the necessary machines to build bunkers in the area.

Army Chief reviewed the security situation

Amid escalating tensions, Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane visited the 14th Corps headquarters at Leh on Friday and reviewed the security situation in the area near LAC along with higher army officials.

Military sources said that the Indian Army in Pangong So Lake and Galvan Valley is in a much better position than the Chinese Army. The situation worsened after a violent clash between about 250 Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh on the evening of May 5. Hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers were injured in this violence. A similar incident took place on May 9 in North Sikkim.

Chinese soldiers tried to encroach several times

In the last one week, Chinese troops tried to encroach several times in the eastern region of Ladakh. However, there was no official confirmation to react to this. According to sources, local commanders of the armies of both the countries held at least five meetings in the last one week in which the Indian side took strong objection to the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) erecting a large number of tents in the Galvan Valley and said that this is the territory of India.

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