Apart from Galvan and Pangong Tso area, China is also deploying a large number of troops elsewhere.

China's Dangerous Move: Reconstructed the violence site in Galvan with talks
Apart from Galvan and Pangong Tso area, China is also deploying a large number of troops elsewhere.
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India-China Border Dispute is constantly in talks to reduce tension on the border. China had last requested to negotiate with India, but China is increasing the number of troops on LAC (Line of Actual Control) along with talks. That is, China is making double moves.

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Some satellite images near LAC has come out showing army bunkers, Chinese soldiers and some construction work. On the site where there was a clash on the Galvan Valley, the Indian troops had overthrown the Chinese structure. China has seen some construction work near Petroling Point 14 there. According to media reports, China has made a surveillance post there.

Construction area by china

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Image Credit: The Print

China is also obstructing patrolling of Indian troops from Patroling Point 10 to 13 in the Daulat Beg Oldi area beside Pangong Tso Lake and Galvan Valley. It is being said that China has increased the number of troops on several important LAC sectors in Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Uttarakhand.

India is ready to reply to any action by china

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Image Credit: India Today

However, India has also made full preparations to give a befitting reply to any action by the Chinese Army. Army Chief MM Narwane, who arrived at the LAC on Wednesday, has asked the soldiers to be prepared for any situation with full promptness and courage after taking stock of the defence preparedness. He patted the jawans and asked them to stay on duty in the same manner with high morale.

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