SOURCE: INDIA TODAY
Amid the ongoing tensions with China in the Ladakh sector in three locations, Army chief General MM Naravane reviewed the situation with the top military brass in Leh. General MM Naravane visited the 14 Corps headquarters in Leh and reviewed the situation with the top brass of the Northern Command, sources said.
The meeting comes at a time when there are tensions in the eastern Ladakh area over Chinese objection to the road construction activities in the Galwan Nala area by India. Field commanders of India and China are talking along the Line of Actual Control in the Ladakh sector to resolve the ongoing stand-off.
Sources said it was after the Chinese infrastructure development that the Indian side also built a proper network of roads on its side of the LAC using the Border Roads Organisation.
Even though the Chinese choppers have been flying close to the Indian patrolling line in Galwan Nala, they raise objections over India’s flying activities in the area.
The situation is being monitored closely by the top brass in the national security domain and efforts are being made to deescalate the situation.