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Apart from eastern Ladakh, China is also building permanent buildings in Arunachal Pradesh. This will remove the problem of his soldiers staying here in winter.
Amidst the ongoing border dispute with India, China is engaged in permanent construction work on the LAC. As soon as it is completed, its access will be easy in the disputed areas adjoining India. News agency ANI quoted sources as saying that the road being built here will allow Chinese troops to reach the border areas in a very short time.
Sources said- One such camp goes inside the Chinese border near Naku La in Sikkim. It is only minutes away from the area where last year’s confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops started, which was also witnessed in January this year.
Apart from Ladakh, China is also building buildings in Arunachal
Apart from eastern Ladakh, China is also building permanent buildings in Arunachal Pradesh. This will remove the problem of his soldiers staying here in winter. In fact, during the heightened conflict with India, Chinese troops were deployed in eastern Ladakh in the severe winter. Due to winter, he was forced to rotate 90% of his soldiers.
It is very difficult to go to Eastern Ladakh in winter
Every year we see that there is always a skirmish or confrontation between the two armies on the disputed part of the LAC in summer itself. Actually, in winter these areas are completely covered with snow. Due to this it is not impossible to reach these areas but it definitely becomes difficult.
This is how the controversy started
Disengagement started on February 10
After about 10 months of tension, the disengaging started here on February 10 this year. In February, the first phase of this disengagement i.e. Operation Snow Leopard was completed. The Indo-China armies had withdrawn from the north and south ends of Pangong Lake. This phase was the most important, because here were the points where both the armies were standing face to face.
China does not appear to be in a mood to resolve border dispute through talks
The Chinese have withdrawn from the Pangong Lake area and sent troops back to the city of Rutog in occupied Tibet. Sources said the Chinese are building infrastructure there as well. It is clear from this that China is in no mood to resolve the border dispute through talks. Rather, he wants to prolong the controversy. There have been 11 rounds of talks between the two countries at the military level, but the border dispute remains.