China fell asleep at the sight of Indian troops on the Ladakh-Sikkim border


Bengali Hunt Desk: In Ladakh and Sikkim, along the Line of Actual Control, the Chinese army suddenly took an aggressive form. In the last few days, there have been several clashes between the armies of China and India. Incidentally, China has fallen asleep as a result of India's extreme preparations on its border.

The biggest problem in China is the commencement of war-level road construction by the Indian Roads Organization on the border. BRO plans to build 272 roads of about 3,323 km length in five years from 2018. And among those roads, there are 71 strategically important road schemes. In the last two and a half years, the BRO has constructed about 2,304 km of roads.

According to official sources, China suddenly became aggressive when road construction work reached strategically important places. In particular, China has repeatedly objected to the Darbuk-Sheyak-Daulat Beg Oldi Road. Currently, there is a dispute over construction work in four areas along the Galamba River and Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh.

Since the road projects are very important from a political and military point of view, India has decided not to bow to Chinese pressure. The way India has responded to China's aggressive mindset in Dokalam, directly from the diplomatic point of view, has been followed. However, after the Chinese army encamped, India increased the number of troops on the Line of Actual Control, putting counter-pressure on China.