China is rapidly expanding its forces along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh
China is rapidly expanding its forces along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, in the area around Pangong So Lock and Galwani Valley. People familiar with the situation in the disputed area said that the Indian Army has also increased its troop numbers in Galwan Valley. This is being seen as the biggest military conflict since the 2017 Doklam Row. Basically, India has made a lot of good improvements on border infrastructure in recent years. As a result, oil has spilled into China's stomach and the current stalemate has arisen. According to the Times of India, India is still a little behind China in terms of border infrastructure. But the country is constantly working towards that. India is challenging China for road and air connectivity in disputed areas with an elevation of 3,488 km long LAC from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh.
China is against the DSDBO road. A revised long-term role action plan of the Border Road Organization has been formulated from 2018-19 to 2022-23 to construct and improve 272 roads with a length of 14,545 km in areas close to the Chinese border.
Also read, Manmohan Singh's mechanism to resolve Indo-China dispute will prove to be important. What difference does it make? With the construction of this DSDBO Road, one of the DBO and Karakoram Pass has been connected to the administrative headquarters of Ladakh, Leh, where the 14th Corps (Fire and Fury Corps) is headquartered. With the construction of the road, the Indian Army has completed the work of bunker, barracks and defense-fortification here. Which China did not like. China has repeatedly expressed its displeasure over it. There is a controversy over the construction of Fingcher four areas near Galwana Valley and Pangog Lake in eastern Ladakh. China does not want all this to happen in India's jurisdiction. So China has set up 80 base camps in the Galvan Valley. It is clear that road construction projects are strategically important, so India will not come under pressure from China. Read also, China's threat on the LAC: The steps taken against India, an important review meeting will be held today
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