Officials said military assistance, including troops, vehicles and equipment, has been sent to strengthen India's presence in Pangong Tso, Galvan Valley, Damchok and Daulat Beg Oldi.
The military commanders also discussed the situation in eastern Ladakh on Wednesday (27 May) on the first day of the three-day conference. Sources said that anti-terrorism operations in Jammu and Kashmir and some areas of the Northeast were also discussed at the conference chaired by Army Chief General MM Narwane. <! –
He said that the Indian Army would continue aggressive gestures in all the disputed areas in eastern Ladakh and would not retreat until the status quo was established. Sources said that the Indian Army has increased its power in eastern Ladakh and even delivered cannon there.
The commanders' conference was earlier scheduled to be held from April 13 to 18, but was postponed in the wake of the Corona virus epidemic. This conference takes place in April and October every year. The second phase of the conference will take place in the last week of June. Meanwhile, Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said that India is talking with China on a military and diplomatic level to resolve the border deadlock in eastern Ladakh.