Sitharaman to visit China next month
the Chinese troops are currently around 600 metres back from the point of the standoff.
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, during his annual press conference in January, had said the Chinese People’s Liberation Army troops are still present in North Doklam.
The Chinese have built helipads and connected them with roads leading to the standoff site.
The Indian Army has also identified half a dozen potential flashpoints on the India-China border after the Doklam standoff last year that need enhanced tactful surveillance fearing Chinese activity that could trigger more confrontations.
According to reviews done by the Army, the Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh sectors could be trouble spots once the winter fades away.