Indian and Chinese forces (Indo China Faceoff) have taken on an aggressive stand nearly two weeks after the fierce clash, deploying additional troops to the areas surrounding the Galvan Valley and Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh.
Indian and Chinese forces (Indo China) have taken an aggressive stand nearly two weeks after the fierce clash, deploying additional troops to the areas surrounding the Galwan Valley and Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh. Military sources gave this information. It is believed that India’s top military officials are constantly monitoring the situation.
At the same time, America said that the aggressive behavior of Chinese soldiers is a reminder of the danger presented by China. Ellis Wells, the outgoing head of the Bureau of South and Central Asia at the US State Department, said he thinks tensions at the border are a warning that Chinese aggression is not always just rhetoric. Whether it is the South China Sea or the border with India, we are seeing provocative and disturbing behavior by China. NSA Ajit Doval himself is closely monitoring the situation there.
Galvan region is the center of controversy for six decades
Sources said that the Chinese troops greatly increased their presence in the areas around Pangong Lake and have even brought additional boats to the lake. Sources said that both sides have deployed more troops at places like Demchauk and Daulat Beg Oldi. The area around Galvan has been a point of contention between the two sides for the last six decades. Sources said that the Chinese side has installed a large number of tents in the Galvan Valley region.
After this, India has also sent additional troops to guard the area. Sources said that the Chinese side has objected to the construction of an important road around the Galvan river by India.
Violent clash took place on 4 May
On May 5, about 250 Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed with iron rods and batons. Many soldiers on both sides were injured in this. Neither the army nor the foreign ministry have commented on the growing tension between the two armies. It is believed that additional troops have also been sent to several areas of North Sikkim amid an aggressive stand to protect the disputed border.
The confrontation between the Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh may have been resolved at the local level, but the matter has not completely settled down. China has deployed troops on a large scale along the border. Motor boats have also been deployed in large numbers. India’s top leadership is closely watching the situation. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is monitoring the entire situation and taking information about every single activity.
Dirty eyes of the dragon
This dangerous game of China is going on at a time when the whole world is battling the corona epidemic and is engaged in dealing with it. The corona virus spread from China to the whole world and now the demand is increasing that international outbreak of virus should be investigated and responsibility of thousands of deaths should be fixed. More than 120 countries are united in this case against China.
At a time like this, China is not only distracting attention from this issue through space-to-confrontation, but also provoking Nepal against India. It is believed that China has a hand in instigating Nepal in the Lipulekh case. Although, on the top, the Beijing administration has termed the inscription case as an internal issue of Indo-Nepal, but within the other, it is providing fertilizer and water to the anti-India lobby in Nepal.
There is a stir in Ladakh from China
Confrontation between the soldiers of the two countries on the India-China border is common. The border is not completely clear, so whenever the soldiers of the two countries encounter each other during patrolling, there is sometimes a sharp or a sharp tip, but this time the confrontation is taking serious form.
After the confrontation, China has increased its concentration on its side. Chinese soldiers were conducting military exercises in the same area this week. China has also deployed heavy weapons and military equipment used in that military exercise.
It is also believed that Chinese soldiers have taken their positions along the banks of Pangong Soe Lake and are patrolling aggressively via motorboats. Not only this, it is being told that the temporary structures that the Indian Army had built, have also been harmed.
After Chinese troops, India also increased deployment
In Galvan, where there was a confrontation between the soldiers of the two countries, Chinese soldiers are still stationed there. In response, India has also increased the gathering of soldiers. According to the reports that are coming, China has deployed additional troops within a radius of about 4 kilometers of the collision site in Galvan.
Sources said that the possible target of Chinese troops could be Darbukshiyok-Daulat Beg Oldi Road, which India had built last year. This road is like a lifeline for Sub Sector North. However, India has also deployed a sufficient number of troops to prevent China from any kind of snowfall. Sources said that the ground situation has been different since 1962, when the Chinese army was very heavy due to the large number.
Dragon strengthening in the area
Efforts are on to resolve the dispute between the two countries through dialogue at a high level. However, recent comments from the Chinese media show that China is taking an aggressive stance. According to Chinese media, China is ‘strengthening’ its hold on the area. The Indian side has not commented on the current situation in detail but has said that such conflicts take place on the disputed border and they are settled at the local level through dialogue.
After the confrontation in Ladakh, the two countries have increased the deployment of their troops in the conflict zone and surrounding areas, which has now entered the second week. More than 80 tents have been installed at the place where the clash took place. Apart from this, temporary defensive positions have also been prepared by China. It is believed that China has also prepared a re-enforcement near the Galvan River.