Indian Army Stopped Chinese Troops At Arunachal Pradesh Border In Latest Face-Off
During a patrolling around 200 troops of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) entered in the Indian territory last week.
Arunachal Pradesh: Another face off reportedly took place between the troops of India and China in Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh after the around 200 troops of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) entered in the Indian territory last week.
Sources said that the problem was later solved after a meeting which held between commander levels of both the troops. The source also confirmed that there was no damage to the Indian defences in the face-off.
Earlier, the Chinese Army is erecting permanent concrete buildings along the Line of Actual Control, allowing its soldiers to quickly reach the disputed territories with India. According to senior government sources, one such military camp is being built a few kilometres inside Chinese territory, opposite the Naku La area in north Sikkim, and is only a few minutes away from the area where Indian and Chinese troops clashed last year when the conflict began, as well as in January this year.
"The Chinese are building permanent concrete structures which will allow them to deploy troops near the frontline areas. The road infrastructure is also very good which will allow them to reach the border areas with India much more swiftly than before," the sources said. According to the reports, the construction of these warm modern architecture has also been spotted near places in eastern Ladakh and the Arunachal sector.
According to the sources, the buildings would also assist the Chinese Army in addressing the issue of its soldiers feeling uneasy during winters in advanced regions. The Chinese forces were extremely uncomfortably deployed in eastern Ladakh during the harsh winters, requiring them to rotate 90 percent of their manpower from there. The construction of structures in border areas also demonstrates China's intention to remain in forward positions for an extended period of time.