China refuses to again off from Finger Four space in Ladakh, India will increase deployment of tanks near LAC

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The simmering tensions between India and China alongside the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh may enhance within the coming days as China has reportedly refused to again off from Finger Four space in Pangong Tso. Indian Army is on excessive alert and has elevated the deployment of tanks alongside East Ladakh border to push back any menace from the China’s People’s Liberation Army.Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is scheduled to go to Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir on July 17-18. It is learnt that Chief of Northern Command Lt Gen YK Joshi has arrived in Delhi and it’s anticipated that he would quickly meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and different senior authorities officers with the intention to apprise them concerning the state of affairs alongside LAC.
Notably, the 14-hour-long fourth spherical of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China ended on Wednesday however sources mentioned that throughout the talks China made it clear that it will not again off from Finger 4. Both India and China had reached an settlement to disengage in Galwan Valley, Hotsprings and Gogra and India has been demanding that Chinese troops should disengage from all of the areas.
Keeping in thoughts the actions of Chinese military, Indian Army is on excessive alert and round 60,000 troopers have been deployed in East Ladakh to cease the incursion of Chinese troopers inside Indian territories. India has deployed Bhism tanks, Apache assault helicopters, Sukhoi fighter jets, Chinook and Rudra helicopters near the LAC to maintain Chinese troops at bay.
Meanwhile, the China Study Group (CSG) headed by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval reviewed the end result of the marathon 15-hour-long fourth spherical of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China on Thursday. 
The CSG includes the Cabinet Secretary, the Secretaries of Home, External Affairs and Defence in addition to representatives of the Indian Army, Indian Air Force and Indian Navy. It will take a name on the ‘further course of action’ on the graded, mutual de-escalation alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh – which can be a long-drawn course of stretching into a number of weeks.

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