LAC Standoff (PC: Social Media)
Ladakh: Tension continues on the Ladakh border between India and China. Both countries have deployed forces on the border. Meanwhile, after a long time, military officials of both countries will once again talk. This will be the seventh round of talks between India and China. The withdrawal of troops will be discussed in this meeting.
India China meet today:
There will be talks between the two forces in Chushul area of Eastern area at around 12 noon on Monday afternoon. Talks started in May following tensions that began in May, meanwhile several discussions were held to withdraw troops, but China retracted each time.
The meeting between India and China on Monday is also important because it will be the last meeting led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, who talks on behalf of India. Naveen Srivastava, Joint Secretary (East Asia), Ministry of External Affairs will also attend this meeting.
With this, apart from the military officer from China, the officials of the Ministry of External Affairs are also likely to be involved.
After this, the responsibility will come in the hands of Lieutenant General PGK Menon. All the discussion so far was done by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh.
India with rock solid intentions:
In this conversation, the issue has been put on behalf of India that the whole area of Eastern Ladakh be discussed. Where the Chinese army is stationed and they should be repelled. However, it is being said that China will only talk about Pangong Lake.
India will once again vigorously raise its points. With this, there will be talk of bringing back the situation from five months ago.
Let us tell you that more than fifty thousand soldiers are stationed around Eastern Ladakh. After April-May, there has been an increase in the number of soldiers here. There has been talk between the two earlier on the withdrawal of the army, but it has not been implemented till now.
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