Army keeps close watch on Chinese troops, infra build-up in Doklam
NEW DELHI: India is keeping a hawk eye on the continuing presence of Chinese troops and their construction activities in north Doklam near the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet trijunction, even as Army chief General Bipin Rawat said bilateral bonhomie had returned to the same level that existed before the 73-day troop faceoff in the region last year.
The Indian security establishment believes People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers may return in "greater numbers" to the Doklam area (the Dolam Plateau), which is disputed between China and Bhutan, for some muscle-flexing after the harsh winter is over.
Rspv Murthy-3 hours ago
There is a strong vigil from our side of the possible threat from China n ready for any eventuality. It is essentially a good news. It sounds that there is dearth for coordination between Govt n Army.
San-Location-3 hours ago
Next time when there is a face off in this area...China will be more aggressive. India needs to keep up itsxwar readiness in high gear.
Mudit791 Mudit-1 hour ago
Chinkis have only 1 ideology....live but not let others live
Max Baloch-Gurdaspur. Rep of KHALISTAN-2 hours ago
Another Hindu soldier complained that there is hardly any food for soldiers inside barracks. Many Hindu soldiers steal food from locals to survive.
MrBoobs-Right Here-3 hours ago
The PLA is not building this infrastructure for Indian army or for these structures to lie empty. This is in preparation for summer and this time it will be an even bigger stand off.
Swatant Shakti-21 mins ago
Chin is building! Bharat must build better!
Rsresh-Location-23 mins ago
Why can''t we build good permanent accommodation, infrastructure and defences for our troops there ?
Ravi Ravi-India-32 mins ago
Army chief should learn from Chinese. How silently they are taking action with out making noise
Amit-Bangalore-47 mins ago
China will only make things worse. We need to be strong in military key equipments like s400 must be bought early because of Chinese stealth planes needs to be brought down.