New Delhi [India], October 5 (ANI): Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa on Thursday said that Chinese troops were still deployed in Tibet's Chumbi Valley post the Doklam stand-off, adding that he hoped they would withdraw soon.
"Their (China) forces in the Chumbi Valley are still deployed and I expect that they will withdraw when their summer exercise gets over," Dhanoa said, at the annual press conference, ahead of the Air Force Day on October 8.
"The possibility of a two-front war in the current geopolitical situation is low. Our response should be based on the enemy's capability, because intentions can change overnight," the IAF Chief said.