India has increased the deployment of soldiers on the Chinese border with Sikkim-Arunachal, between the last two months of the rigorous tussle with China on the Dokalam dispute. On Friday, the senior official gave information about this.
The officer said that soldiers deployed on the border have been asked to be careful. He said that considering the aggressive approach of China to Dokalam, this decision has been taken after thorough analysis of the situation. It has been decided to increase the number of troops posted from Sikkim to Arunachal Pradesh on the 1400-km long China-India border.
On condition of anonymity, the official said that the government has received sensitive information from the border. After this, it has been decided to increase the number of soldiers. For the protection of the eastern theater of the Indo-China border, 33 Corps located on the Sukna of the Army along with the 3 and 4 Corps personnel stationed in Arunachal and Assam have also been sent to China border. Although the officer refused to tell the number of the jawans.
The official said that they can not share operational information. 350 young Indians in India are holding their positions in Dokalam.