Indian,Chinese force moving in with heavy equipment including artillery guns to bases near eastern ladakh

Tension continues between India and China in Ladakh, efforts are also being made to resolve it through dialogue, meanwhile, according to the media reports, Indian and Chinese forces are moving in with heavy equipment and weapons, including artillery guns and combat vehicles, to their bases near the disputed areas in eastern Ladakh as the two forces fought bitterly over the border for more than 25 days. The deadlock continued to increase. Combat strength was also increased by the two armies in the region as both countries continued efforts to resolve the dispute through military and diplomatic negotiations. Rushing in vehicles and heavy military equipment, it is slowly increasing its strategic reserves in its rear bases near the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.

The Indian Army also aggressively matches up to the Chinese build-up along with additional special troops. Army is advancing in equipment and weapons such as guns, according to army sources report, India would not trust until the status quo was restored in Pangong Tso, Galvan Valley and many other areas.The Indian Air Force is conducting strict aerial surveillance in the disputed area. A large number of Chinese army personnel entered the Indian side of the de facto border earlier this month and have since been camping in Pangong Tso and Galvan Valley. Raised strong objection to the crimes of Chinese soldiers and demanded immediate withdrawal of peace and tranquility in the area. The Chinese army has also made its presence in Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldi — two sensitive ones with a history of skirmishes involving both sides Area .

The Chinese military has been taught to deploy about 2,500 troops in Pangong Tso and Galvan Valley, apart from slowly building up temporary infrastructure and weapons. However, there is no official figure on the number. Sources said satellite images captured significant ramping up of defense infrastructure on its side of the actual border, including construction activities by China at a military base about 180 kilometers from the Pangong Tso area. The Indian Army estimates that the purpose of construction is to put pressure on India.

On Saturday,Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that talk is going on with China at both military and diplomatic levels.The trigger for the face-off was China's stiff opposition to India laying a key road in the Finger area around the Pangong Tso Lake besides construction of another road connecting the Darbuk-Shayok-Daulat Beg Oldie road in Galwan Valley.According to media reports,China was also laying a road in the finger area which is not acceptable to India. military reinforcements including troops, vehicles and artillery guns were sent to eastern Ladakh by the Indian Army to shore up its presence in the areas where Chinese soldiers were resorting to aggressive posturing.

The situation in eastern Ladakh deteriorated when about 250 Chinese and Indian soldiers came face to face in the evening of May 5, which fell until the next day before the two sides agreed to 'free the chase'. Stayed. This incident in Pangong Tso was followed by a similar incident in North Sikkim on 9 May. Indian and Chinese troops were engaged in a 43-day stand-off at Doklam Tri Junction in 2014, which led to both nuclear armed neighbors. Fears of inter-war were also started. The 3,488-km LAC has been included in the India-China border dispute. China considers Arunachal Pradesh a part of southern Tibet while India contests it. Both sides have insisted that peace and harmony is necessary in the border areas until the final resolution of the border issue is pending.