Ground Report | New Delhi: LAC Ladakh on high-alert again; The Chinese army has deployed more than 50 thousand soldiers in its territory along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. After deploying these soldiers, the Chinese army is also using drones on a large scale.
“There are also reports of these drones flying near Indian posts and official sources have told news agency ANI that the drone activities of the Chinese army are mostly seen in Daulat Beg Oldi Sector, Gogra Heights, and other places in the area.
LAC Ladakh on high-alert again
Quoting sources that the Indian Army is very cautious. It is also deploying drones on a large scale. Soon it will include new Israeli and Indian drones. These drones have been procured by the defense forces using emergency financial powers to face the challenge of China on the border.
He told that even after the violent clashes in the Galwan Valley, China had started work in its area only last year. Sources said that construction work is still going on at many places from the Chinese side to meet the winter requirements.
China not sitting silent
Referring to the current situation on the LAC, Reports said that now the issue of friction point needs to be resolved. China is still not sitting silent, it is converting its temporary structures into permanent bases for its soldiers. China has set up military camps near Tibetan villages in areas near the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.
China has withdrawn its troops from some areas of tension, it has not completely withdrawn any of its military troops deployed from its territory on the border since April 2020. At present, the Chinese army is working on the agenda of long-term deployment of its troops near the Indian border.