New Delhi, Jan 14 (Agencies): Indian Army said on Friday there was no increase in deployment of security forces on the Sino-Indian border from either sides.

"Force deployment on both the sides of the Sino-Indian borders has not increased. The force deployment is exactly the same as has been there for a large number of years," Army
Chief General V K Singh told reporters here.

However, he said there has been an increase in infrastructure development on the either sides of the boundary.

"It is not one-sided. There are developments on the other side. Similarly, for our own developmental purposes and for ensuring that we can reach our remote areas, infrastructure development is taking place," he said replying to questions on the India-China boundary, particularly in Ladakh.

On the recent reports of intrusions by the Chinese troops in Demchok region of Ladakh, Singh said Chinese patrols had come upto the area which they perceive belongs to them.
The General the "transgressions" occur because the Line of Actual Control between India and China was not demarcated on the ground.