Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) and 114 Brigade from China have deployed 5000 soldiers in the neighboring areas. The Indian Army has deployed troops in the advance areas with the help of the Air Force to prevent Chinese soldiers from moving forward in any way.

  • Deployment of troops from Daulat Beg Oldi on behalf of China
  • Indian army also deployed soldiers in advance areas

India has also given a befitting reply after the deployment of large number of troops along the Indian border in Ladakh from China. The Indian Army has increased the deployment of its troops along the China border in Ladakh. To prevent infiltration of Chinese troops, India has tightened patrolling and surveillance in other areas besides Ladakh.

Daulat Beg Oldi (DBO) and 114 Brigade from China have deployed 5000 soldiers in the neighboring areas. The Indian Army has deployed troops in the advance areas with the help of the Air Force to prevent Chinese soldiers from moving forward in any way.

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Sources said that Chinese soldiers are also working very aggressively. They have brought heavy vehicles as well as construction equipment to the Pangong Lake and Finger area. In Galvan region, India is building a road to connect its border patrol areas. On Friday, China objected to this construction, after which China has deployed a battalion (of 800-900 soldiers) in this area, who have installed about 90 tents to stay there.

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India has sent more troops to A Grimm area with the help of roadways and helicopters to ensure equal deployment and equalization of Chinese troops. India has increased patrolling and surveillance in Ladakh. Also, surveillance has been increased in those border areas in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand where China has increased its presence and encroachment in the last few years. Deployment has also been increased in the Sikkim sector and troops have been put on high alert to prevent any possible infiltration by the Chinese Army.




China has built several roads to transport its troops and supply goods to the Galvan region close to the Indian border. In view of this, the Border Roads Organization in the Indian region had accelerated the construction of the road, to which China has objected. In this regard, meetings have also been held between officials of 81 brigade and their Chinese counterparts in Daulat Beg Oldi sector. Military patrolling has also been increased from both sides. A few days ago, there has been a clash between the soldiers of India and China in Naku La sector of East Ladakh and Sikkim.

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