The four army divisions deployed in East Ladakh will not have to call again due to ongoing tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Their deployment will continue on the front lines in Ladakh. Army sources said. These four divisions have about 32,000 troops. In addition to the troops already deployed there in these divisions were sent there.
Sources said that there are several reasons for this. One, the Chinese military has retreated from several areas of combat in the LAC. However, they still exist in many places. Second, the Chinese army is present in the area adjacent to the LAC (towards China) which is estimated to number more than 20,000. Third, from May until now, the whole attitude towards China has been on this issue, meaning it has repeatedly agreed to back down but later withdrew. In that sense, it is possible China could not be trusted. So the army does not want to make any mistake in its preparation.
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Sources said that the current deployment is enough to meet any kind of challenge this installation will continue. According to sources, preparations for the whole winter are underway. Most of the preparations have also been completed. In addition, deployment will continue at all Air Force stations in the vicinity of the LAC.
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Around 10-12 air bases in the area adjacent to the China border have been given high alert and additional warplanes have been deployed. This installation will also continue. Army sources also said the report was unfounded and that more troops would be deployed to the LAC. Meanwhile, another military commander-level talks could take place next week in the wake of the ongoing conflict in the Pengog area.