- Army Chief said – there has been an increase in the number of terrorists at various places
- This morning the 14th round of Corps Commander level talks was held on Chushul-Moldo
On Galvan, Army Chief MM Naravane has said that the struggle is the last resort, if you try, you will emerge victorious. He said that since last January in talks with the People’s Liberation Army, there has been positive development in the northern and western regions. However, the partial threat has not subsided after the mutual estrangement. Force has been deployed from our side. Necessary safety measures are being taken. Necessary infrastructure like roads, bridges etc. is being developed.
He said that the number of terrorists has increased at various places. India believes in zero tolerance on this matter. He said that there is estrangement at many places in Ladakh. In view of the danger, the force has been deployed in our way.
Let us tell you that this morning the 14th round of Corps Commander level talks on Chushul-Moldo was held from China side. The Indian side was led by Fire and Fury Corps Commander Lt Gen Anindya Sengupta. After a gap of more than three months, India and China are trying to resolve the military standoff that has been going on for the last 20 months in eastern Ladakh. It is reported that the main focus of Bachtich was on resolving the hot springs area.
The Indian Army will insist on resolving all standoff issues including resolution of issues in Depsang Bulge and Demchok. Let us tell you that the 13th round of talks was held on 10 October. There was no progress in talks with the Indian Army after both sides talks.
Fresh talks are taking place a few days after India targeted China for building a bridge over Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh. The bridge is in an area that has been under illegal Chinese occupation for nearly 60 years.
Last week, India had called the renaming of some places in Arunachal Pradesh to China ridiculous. It was said from the army that Arunachal Pradesh has always been a part of India and it will always be.
Let us inform that on November 18, in the talks of the diplomats of both the countries, India and China had agreed for the 14th round of talks on the ongoing conflict in Ladakh. The eastern Ladakh border standoff between Indian and Chinese armies began on May 5, 2020, after violent clashes in the Pangong Lake areas. The armies of both countries gradually increased their deployment with thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weapons.
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