With the snow melting, Chinese soldiers again increased patrolling on the border

China has been furious since the border dispute in Ladakh and India's road to Lipulekh. Since the snow started melting and the weather becoming normal, the Chinese troops are again started moving

With the snow melting, Chinese soldiers again increased patrolling on the border

With the snow melting in the high Himalayan region, Chinese troops have increased patrolling along the Indian border. The soldiers who returned to the camps located in the lower areas in the winter have started moving again towards the upper areas after the snow has come down. Indian security agencies posted on the border are also keeping a close watch on every activity of China.

China has been furious since the border dispute in Ladakh and India's road to Lipulekh. It has increased more military activities in the areas adjacent to the Indian border than before.

Till November last year, there have been reports of Chinese troops patrolling very close to the Indian border. After November, due to heavy snowfall, the Chinese soldiers could not bear the cold and had to retreat from the higher Himalayan regions to the lower regions.

According to sources, now after the melting of snow and normalization of the weather, the Chinese troops are again moving towards the upper areas. Seeing the increasing movement of Chinese soldiers, Indian security agencies have also become alert. The Indian army and paramilitary forces are keeping a close watch on the border since the antics of the dragon. The soldiers of Indian security agencies are also continuously patrolling the China border.

Nepal also increased vigil on the border

After the Kalapani dispute, Nepal has also increased military activities on the border. Nepal is working to set up BOPs in areas adjacent to the Indian border. Apart from this, work is being done to repair the pedestrian paths leading to the border villages. There has also been a spurt in the construction of the road from Darchula to Tinkar.