NEW DELHI: The possible construction of a Chinese bunker in the finger area along Pangong Tso lake and three reported transgressions in the Galwan region have raised concern as the standoff between troops continues at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The security establishment is also closely monitoring developments along the Line of Control with Pakistan and possible links with the developing situation on the Chinese border and Islamabad’s recent moves in PoK. Persons tracking developments say that the synchronised incidents can hardly be treated as a coincidence, with extra vigil being maintained on all borders to counter any coordinated move. Sources in the security establishment say that the Galwan region in Ladakh continues to remain tense after additional heavy vehicles were spotted. It is believed that there are now three transgression points by PLA troops in the region, including ones at Patrol Point 14 and near the strategic Gogra post. Reports coming in suggest that over 500 Chinese soldiers
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