China is not deterring from the old habit of stabbing in the back under the guise of friendship. Once again China is increasing the number of its troops on the LAC. According to the sources, China has gathered about 60 thousand soldiers across the LAC in eastern Ladakh. After this double move of China, India has also increased the deployment of its troops. Obviously, after about 20 months of the military standoff in Doklam between India and China, once again there is a situation of tension in the LAC.
In the bitter cold of eastern Ladakh, China has gathered 60 thousand soldiers across the LAC. After which India has also increased the number of soldiers to thousand. So that he can give a befitting reply to any Chinese guile. Here China is also building infrastructure for the rapid movement of its army across the border. According to the sources , the number of Chinese soldiers had increased significantly in the summer. But as soon as the cold increased, they went back to the previous places. But still, their number remains 60 thousand.
The Army has been put on alert mode to deal with any threat from China. India has formed Rashtriya Rifles Uniform Force in Ladakh theatre. Its purpose is that any Chinese action can be answered immediately. At the same time, India is also building its infrastructure in that area. According to the information received from the sources about this, the Indian Army has kept all the mountain passes open for the immediate movement of troops if needed in the event of any tension.
Here, it is reported that the severe cold has made the condition of the Chinese army miserable. To avoid this, China is depositing Robot Army on the LAC. According to media reports, China has now decided to deploy lens robots on the border with machine guns. Robots with machine guns are patrolling the high altitude areas of Tibet amid the cold. There is also news that China has taken this step to protect its soldiers from cold. It is reported that this robot named Sharp Claw can be controlled wirelessly.
The Army of China, China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) is also building a bridge on Pangong Tso Lake over Khurnak, the lake’s narrowest part. According to the media sources, this bridge is being made to counter any future operations carried out by Indian Army like August 2020. On the night of August 29 and 30, 2020, the Indian Army, while conducting a special operation, captured the heights of Pangong Tso's southern bank.
If we believe the sources, the bridge which is being made by China's People's Liberation Army will eliminate the 180 km distance between Khurnak to the southern coast. However, the route from Khurnak to Rudok will now be reduced to 40-50 kms as compared to around 200 kms before construction of the bridge. Tensions between India and China in this area began in May 2020.