India has deployed more troops along the Arunachal border, Daulat Beg Oldi and Finger-2 Finger-3 areas north of Pangog Lake, in view of the possibility of China making similar moves in other regions as the encroachment on the Chushul Mountains has failed. Patrolling was also strengthened.
On the night of August 29th and 30th, the Chinese army chased away the Chinese troops who had entered the Indian territory in violation of the Line of Control. The military commanders reported at the review meeting that all military posts were under Indian control.
The Chief of Air Staff visited the air bases on the Arunachal Pradesh-Sikkim border and assessed the deployment and preparations of the troops in the northern region. He inquired directly from the soldiers about the situation on the border.
The Sopangar Gap and Rechin Pass Hill areas south of Pangong are under Indian control, but China dominates the eight to four highlands on the north coast.
Meanwhile, brigadier level talks continued in Chushul yesterday with the aim of reducing tensions. The meeting was held yesterday in an open space instead of the usual venues in the camp. No agreement was reached at the meeting as China did not acknowledge the breach of the control line.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava blamed China’s moves to change the status quo on the Line of Control (LoC) for the past four months on the northern Ladakh border. India can handle Chinese moves. The armed forces are obliged to guard the border. But India is approaching the situation responsibly. It can only be unraveled through discussions. China must fully cooperate in the military withdrawal to maintain peace.
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