- There was no result in the 13th round of talks held earlier.
- Newly appointed Commander Lt Gen Anindaya Sengupta will participate for the first time in the talks
The date for the Corps Commander-level military talks between the two countries has been fixed regarding the increasing tension between China and India on the LAC. The 14th round of talks between India and China has been scheduled to be held on January 12. There was no result in the 13th round of talks held earlier.
Officials say that India is hoping for a constructive dialogue in the places where the conflict is going on. Newly appointed Commander Lt Gen Anindaya Sengupta will participate for the first time in the 14th Corps Commander level military talks.
Tension in Eastern Ladakh has not subsided even after the 13th round of military talks at the Corps Commander level. Buffer zones have been created at friction points including Pangong Lake and Gogra and Hot Springs and Galwan, but the standoff is not over.
India is pushing to de-escalate tensions across eastern Ladakh, including in places like Depsang and Demchok, where massive military build-up is going on. But in the tension that started in May 2020, there is no friction area and China has shown no interest in engaging them in talks.
Let us tell you that recently, the Indian Defense Ministry said in the review report given at the end of the year that it used unconventional weapons to change the status quo in Ladakh, took provocative action, only after that the situation deteriorated. He had to deploy heavy weapons such as tanks and guns there.
The deployment of more than 50,000 troops in the region has been increased since tensions began in Ladakh last May. Not only Ladakh, China has been taking aggressive steps in the last one year in the eastern region bordering Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim.
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