India deploys more troops to challenge China, ‘Punch’ strategy will work this way

China has to think at least 10 times before taking any action in Ladakh. The Indian Army has made preparations. China will get the answer in that language. The five heads of the CDS, the NSA and the heads of the three armies will jointly attack China. A meeting of Army commanders is to take place. Army Chief General MM Narwane will attend and will also discuss tensions with China. The Army could respond to China at this meeting.

Officials briefed PM Modi on the latest situation in Ladakh. Ongoing development work on the border will not stop. China has placed a condition to stop construction which India is not ready to accept. India has made it clear to China to maintain the status quo on the border.

The CDS also met First Defense Minister Rajnath Singh along with the three army chiefs. Pangong Lake, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulab Beg Oldini have clashed with Indian and Chinese troops. N.S.A. Ajit Doval is constantly monitoring the development at LAC. According to reports, Dowell has given details of the border to Prime Minister Modi in North Sikkim and Uttarakhand in the past.

The Indian Army has increased its presence in Ladakh in many areas along the border so that China cannot take any adverse action. China has started construction on the LAC very quickly and has set up tents etc. India has also responded to China in Pangong Lake and Galvan Valley. The 81st and 114th Brigades of the Army have landed at Daulat Bagh Oldi.

India is challenging China’s dominance through road and air transactions in the disputed areas of the LAC. India is aggressive about the structure of China’s growing border in eastern Ladakh. 37 bridges have been constructed on 255 km Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Bagh Oldi (DBO) i.e. DSDBO road. India has made good progress in strengthening the infrastructure required for the Air Force in the border areas.

China has already established a strong border and military infrastructure facility on the LAC in border areas. But over the past few years, India has also been challenging China’s dominance in terms of road and air connectivity in the border areas, emphasizing infrastructure. Beijing does not like this.