Following the failed attempt of Chinese troops to occupy the heights of the southern Pangong So region, Indian agencies are also closely monitoring other sectors of the border. Agencies are keeping a close eye on the border, especially in Arunachal Pradesh, where People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops continue to patrol deeper areas.
Official sources said that almost all places from China to Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh are under intense surveillance as China has been hit hard in the southern Pangsong region and may try new ways. . He said, “In the Arunachal Pradesh sector, Indian security forces are keeping a close watch on the Chinese military movement in the front parts of the Asafila region. Also, it is being monitored against the teaching axis and the Fish Tail-2 sector.
Sources said that the Chinese military has been using the roads built over the past few days on the road infrastructure (about 20 kilometers from the LAC). Considering China’s activities in the region, the Indian side has strengthened its position in the LAC in all cases. Chinese military patrols are seen regularly and they are very close to Indian territories.
According to sources, the country’s top security officials also discussed the situation in and around Bhutan’s Doklam region, where the Chinese military has made significant inroads in recent times. Sources said that although the Chinese side has agreed to agree to the next round of key commander-level talks, they have not yet set a time and date for the meeting. Also, despite the meeting between the foreign ministers, there has been no change on the ground so far.
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The stalemate at the border has continued since April
The standoff between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh has been going on since April. The Chinese army is stationed in the Finger area of Pang Soo in eastern Ladakh and a few other points. However, India has gained an edge over China by occupying important peaks in the highlands of Ladakh. Meanwhile, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also responded to the Chinese issue in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Rajnath Singh said that the number of Chinese troops near the border has increased, but India is fully prepared to deal with any situation.