Tension prevails in Ladakh border
Tensions are running high between India and China over the Ladakh border. Both countries have deployed troops on the border. Meanwhile, the two countries sat in a meeting on the border. However, there was no solution. Meanwhile, news agency ANI reported that China has deployed 20,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. However, India is also preparing for war without any risk.
China has reportedly deployed two divisions (20,000) troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) at the southern end of Pan Gong Lake in Leh district of eastern Ladakh. Another division (10,000) has been stationed in the northern province of Xinjiang.
The report added that the Chinese army has deployed two divisions (about 20,000) along the LAC in the East Ladakh sector. There is another division with 10,000 troops. Which is located about one thousand kilometers away in northern Xinjiang province. Due to the flat terrain of China, if ordered the division will be able to reach the border within 48 hours.
Meanwhile, India is also keeping an eye on Chinese movements. The Indian Navy is sending high-powered boats to Ladakh.