Habitat also has to be built for the thousands of additional troops deployed in high altitude areas along the Line of Actual Control.
As India and China prepare for another round of Corps Commander talks for disengagement and de-escalation along the disputed boundary in Ladakh, the Army is racing to complete advance winter stocking in forward locations and build habitat for the thousands of additional troops deployed in high altitude areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), a defence source said.
The sixth round of Corps Commanders talks are likely to be held in the next two-three days, another defence source said. Ahead of the talks, the ground situation and future course of action was reviewed at a high-level government meeting on Friday.
“It is not just about stocks reaching Leh. Its about the rations and other essentials reaching the forward areas where troops are…