Ongoing Troop Face-off between India and China on the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet Tri-Junction has emerged as the biggest such confrontation in the Region in decades, with both sides continuing to pump in reinforcements to the remote Border Region.

Sources say the two rival armies had strengthened their positions at the Tri-Junction by deploying around Three Thousand Troops each in a virtually Eyeball-to-Eyeball Confrontation.

India on Friday told China that its attempt to construct a road in the Doklam Area will cause a “significant change of status quo”, is a “violation of a 2012 understanding”, and will lead to “serious Security Implications.”

Earlier, China asked India to withdraw its Troops from the Donglong Area in Sikkim sector as a precondition for a “meaningful Dialogue” to settle the boundary issue, warning that the Indian Army should learn “Historical Lessons”, in an oblique reference to the Indian defeat in 1962 war with China.