Manish Kumar, New Delhi: China is determined to rake up trouble on the border.
On the one hand, China is at the negotiating table with India to reduce the tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), but on the other, the Chinese are planning nefarious acts on the border.
The ongoing military confrontation between Indian and China has been continuing in eastern Ladakh for nearly three months. Although partial disengagement has taken place, in eastern Ladakh, that China has now opened up a new front in Uttarakhand.
According to sources, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China has deployed a battalion near the Lipulekh Pass on the Chinese side of the LAC. The purpose of this deployment is to bolster PLA units already stationed in the region.
In response to the Chinese build-up, the Indian Army has also deployed 1,000 soldiers at the Lipulekh Pass.
It is being said that the Chinese are scared due to the infrastructure build-up being carried out by India on the LAC.
After Ladakh, China is now increasing military deployment at other sectors of the LAC as well. Apart from this, activities of the Chinese army have also increased in northern Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. In response, India has also increased the deployment of troops along the border with China in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.