According to recent reports, In the backdrop of India-China disengagement, the Tibet Military Command of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is enhancing intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR) capabilities.
The development comes amid increased diplomatic and military tensions between New Delhi and Beijing over the standoff along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) that was partially resolved last month.
The strengthening of border defenses comes just within a month of the disengagement of forces on the north and south banks of Pangong Tso.
This move by Beijing shows that China is not refraining from its traditional aggressive and expansionist policies in the region. PLA's concentration in the Tibet Autonomous Region is an alarming factor for India as it has been speculated by many defense officials that China might be planning something big against India.
In response to this, on Friday, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had said that a "complete disengagement between the Indian and Chinese troops along the LAC would allow both sides to consider de-escalation of forces in Eastern Ladakh as that alone will lead to the restoration of peace and tranquillity and provide conditions for progress in our bilateral relationship."
Jaishankar signaled that border tension between China & India adversely affects trade relations between China and India. Therefore India asserts that China must maintain peace and tranquility along the borders in order to maintain good relations with its neighbor.