According to an Army spokesperson, Security forces eliminated one more terrorist in Chewa operation.
The defence and security establishment said India was prepared for a long, drawn-out process of disengagement. China has continued to maintain build up on the Indian side of LAC.
On 22 June, the Chinese side had given assured that they will move back troops from front to the depth areas, a source said.
As many as 1,000 applicants showed up for the rally held on 20 June, which was held five days after the Galwan clash at the LAC.
India has already inducted a troop strength of nearly three divisions in Ladakh since the stand-off began early May.
Naik Elihud George, who served in 1962, said today's India-China scenario is more precarious & needs diplomacy to avoid a World War III-like event.
Following an understanding between India & China after the clash at Galwan Valley, both sides were supposed to pull back from the area. While India has, China hasn't.
The images, dated 22 June, show massive increase in Chinese troops since Galwan Valley clash. That was the day when corps commanders agreed to disengage.
Indian and Chinese commanders have discussed that patrolling troops would not confront each other, and disengage in case of an eventuality.
The Army chief reviewed the security situation in the region and also visited the soldiers who were injured in the clash with the Chinese army at Galwan Valley.