Both sides are expected to discuss disengagement from the Hot Springs and Gogra Heights areas in eastern Ladakh, Army sources said.
Gandhi cited a media report which claimed that in Demchok in Eastern Ladakh, China's tents are still on the Indian side and there is no date yet for talks.
A distinct change this time is the increase of on ground friction positions which total to 17 such locations along the 832 kilometer long LAC in Ladakh.
Jaishankar holds talks with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi as India keeps a close eye on PLA activities at LAC
The two ministers agreed that the next round of military dialogue should be convened at the earliest and its focus should be on discussing all the remaining issues to find a acceptable solution.
Sources in the security establishment said that “the Chinese have been creating permanent structures, including those required for defences and habitation of the troops”.
India and China were locked in a military standoff at multiple friction points in eastern Ladakh since early May last year.
About the resolution of the prolonged standoff, Gen Rawat said both sides are engaged in negotiations political, diplomatic and military levels to resolve the row.
Gen Naravane said that the development along northern borders in the past year showed that the armed forces will have to be continuously prepared.
The additional deployment is expected to give India more options to attack and seize territory in China if necessary in a strategy known as “offensive defence”, a senior official as saying.
The two countries agreed to this as they held another round of diplomatic talks to resolve the prolonged border standoff in eastern Ladakh that erupted in early May last year.
India's comments on the matter came a day after China said its military deployment in the region is a normal "defence arrangement" aimed to respond to actions by the "relevant" country.
Beijing is aware that New Delhi is continental in security approach while the actual Indian advantage lies in the maritime domain.
No de-escalation without complete disengagement at all friction points: Army Chief Gen Naravane on Ladakh standoff with China
Army Chief Gen MM Naravane said India is dealing with China in a 'firm' and 'non-escalatory' manner to ensure the sanctity of its claims in eastern Ladakh.
Jaishankar said the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's visit in 1988 to China 26 years after the 1962 conflict led to a consensus on having stability along the frontier.
India needs to restore deterrence to stop China from attempting to nibble at LAC: Ex-NSA Shivshankar Menon
On what should be India's foreign policy priorities, Menon said it must focus on consolidating relations with countries in the neighbourhood as also in the Indian Ocean region.