The ongoing stand off between the armies of two countries India and China since April has left the 1,597 kms border of India and China in a stiff tension. Now as part of another tricks, Beijing is reiterating its claim on the 1,597 long border in Ladakh on the basis of 1959 November maximalist cartographical claim.
Indian Army and PLA are in stand-off since April this year
The situation on LAC (Line of actual control) in tensed since April, when Chinese Army PLA ( People’s Liberation Army) started to deploy its troops along with weapons on LAC. And after the mishap at Galwan Valley between the armies of China and India in June the condition is worst now. The mishap took the lives of 20 Indian soldiers however the casualties on the side of China are still not made public.
Along with the maximalist cartographical claim China can use this to claim and put pressure on other six areas along the border inn the western sector that have still not been impacted in the current stand off.
Indian Army now on alert on LAC and is prepared for any situation
Indian Army is now in alert after the matter came into consideration and to prevent any difficult situation among the armies of both the countries. Many commander level talks were conducted to normalise the situation in Ladakh but they did not yield any positive outcomes. According to the recent reports, Chinese army has deployed many troops along with advanced weapons and tanks in the areas near to LAC.
To be prepared for any situation, India has also deployed its troops along with aircrafts in the nearest air station and are prepared to tackle with any situation. According to the matter expert, China may launch an aggression on the remaining 6 areas to press its claim which Former late Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru rejected.