Ladakh : The Indian Army, which is now adopting an aggressive counter-strategy on Chinese incursion efforts in eastern Ladakh, has now strengthened its position in the northern part of the Pangong Tso Lake. Troops of the Army’s Special Forces have been specially deployed in the northern areas of Pangong Tso Lake to prevent any tactics of China. Special Forces troops have strengthened their positions on the LAC as part of a strategy to prevent Chinese military manipulation in the area. The brigadier-level talks held for the third consecutive day did not yield any concrete results due to the situation arising out of aggressive border fronts between the troops of India and China.
Sources said that in the Brigadier-level talks that lasted more than six hours in the Chushul sector, the Indian Army turned down the Chinese demand for a change in its existing position on the LAC as part of a changed strategy. In the last four days in East Ladakh, the Indian Army has made a strategic edge in many areas with the help of its military entrenchment. Indian troops took control of the Black Top Peak on Tuesday on the southern bank of Pangong Tso Lake. At the same time, two other peaks of this area have also come under the control of Indian soldiers. The military is using this strategic advantage to pressure China. So that the Chinese troops retreat from the areas of LAC where they have been staying for the last three-four months.
On Tuesday, China tried again to remove Indian troops who had reached the high peaks in the southern area of Pangong Tso Lake, but due to alert army personnel, the Chinese soldiers had to return. The Chinese army made this infiltration attempt when Brigadier-level talks were going on in Chushul. Sources say that along with strengthening their positions, the Indian Army has also deployed an additional number of troops to the southern shore of Pangong Tso Lake. Also, the number of other weapons and anti-tank missiles including tanks has also been increased there.