Today, A meeting between India’s Ladakh Corps Commander and Chinese South Xinjiang military district commander is expected to take place at Chushul with de-escalation general area Hot Springs on the agenda. China has been investing in infrastructure in its regions facing Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh. It is testing India’s preparedness with transgressions in middle and eastern sectors.Last week, there was a near clash in Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh after Indian soldiers confronted over 150 Chinese troops. The troops jostled each other before local commanders stepped in to control the situation. The other two sectors - Northern comprising Ladakh and Eastern comprising Sikkim and Arunachal - have also seen an increased build-up of Chinese troops and infrastructure. However, India has made it very clear that normalcy in bilateral relations is totally dependent on peace and tranquillity along the 3488km LAC with PLA directed to desist from making any unilateral changes on the ground.