The report authored by Sim Tack said construction on four of those new heliports, in fact, started after the current border stand-off erupted in eastern Ladakh in early May.
MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said India hoped the Chinese side would strictly respect and observe the LAC and not make further attempts to "unilaterally" change the status quo.
Chinese troops fired warning shots in air at north bank of Pangong lake in eastern Ladakh last week: Sources
The incident took place on the ridgeline of Finger 4 where the Indian Army has been significantly increasing its deployment after occupying several strategic peaks on the southern bank of the lake.
While talks are in progress to resolve the border issues with China in eastern Ladakh, at the military level it is well prepared for the prolonged stand-off, the spokesperson said.
The BSP chief said she is confident that India will give a befitting reply.
The Indian Army said Chinese troops fired shots in the air and attempted to close in on an Indian position in eastern Ladakh on Monday.
Ladakh border tension: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh holds talks with Chinese counterpart in Moscow
This is the first high-level meeting between the two sides after the border row escalated in eastern Ladakh in early May.
"This is what happens when the media propagates the government line that asking questions is anti-national," he added.
While there have been reports of minor disengagement of troops from the Galwan Valley and Hot Spring areas, there has been no change in the standoff at Finger4 of the Pangong lake.
These troops were moved out from various battalions. The 3,488 km-long LAC with China is managed by the ITBP and the Army jointly.
All policy is a reflection of national culture. Indians as a lot are a self-satisfied variety, smug in their cultural superiority over other countries but easy to take offence.