India and China are in a tizzy after a bloody conflict in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh. Military and diplomatic efforts are being made by New Delhi and Beijing to reduce tension on the Line of Actual Control. Amidst all this, China is also increasing its military presence in LAC areas. The PLA troops of China are continuously increasing in the three LAC-bound states of Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Uttarakhand.
Indian Army fully alert in East Ladakh
According to sources, in military-level talks, the two sides agreed to retreat. In this, a consensus was reached on the withdrawal of the armies of the two countries even in the conflict zones of eastern Ladakh. However, wary of China, the Indian Army is not leaving any corps. The Army has increased deployment of troops at Hot Springs, Demchok, Koyul, Fukache, Depsang, Murgo and Galvan.
India’s fighter aircraft flying in Leh
Amidst all this, the Indian Air Force is on high alert. Frontline Sukhoi MKI 30 fighter jets, Mirage-2000s, Jaguar fighter aircraft, Apache helicopters and CH-47 Chinook helicopters are deployed and flying in-between near the border. IAF fighters are flying regularly, especially in Leh region.