Although the border tensions between India and China appear to have eased somewhat, several examples show that the situation is on fire. Soldiers patrolling the border are closely monitoring the situation, even in the freezing cold. However, in a similar vein, the Army detained a Chinese soldier who had crossed the Line of Control (LoC) into India at South Pyongyang Lake near Ladakh.
The Army’s detention of a Chinese soldier at Lake Pyongyang, which has been a hotbed of Indo – China tensions for months, is alarming. The Army is detaining and interrogating a man who crossed the Line of Control into Indian territory. Investigating the reasons behind crossing the de facto line. He is being questioned on whether the soldier came here to spy on Indian bases or got lost.
Neither the Army nor the Center needs to make a full clear statement on the matter of the detention of the Chinese soldier. Army sources are currently confirming the news that a soldier has been killed. China has stepped up surveillance in the region amid border tensions between the two countries. There was also no suspicion that the soldier was deliberately sent as part of it.