On increasing tension at LAC (Line of Actual Control) in Eastern Ladakh with Chinese troops, On Sunday, India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh clearly conveyed that the Indian Army would not let anyone take even an inch of the country’s land. The condition on LAC is critical since May this year and there is a very little possibility that the tension will be relieved in the upcoming winter season.
Even after seven round of diplomatic commander level talks between both countries, no solution had been provided to current stand off
Even after several rounds of diplomatic commander level senior talks between India and China, the disengagement and de escalation of troops from the border has not been moved forward even a little bit. The talks did not provide any solution to the ongoing tension on LAC. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh added that India wants this stand off to end such that peace and harmony can be restored in the sector as well as among the troops. He also added that the doings and sacrifice of the brave heart Indian soldiers and their efforts will be written in golden words in Indian history.
Commanders of both countries are expected to meet for eighth diplomatic meeting next week
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh is currently on his two-day visit to West Bengal and Sikkim, where he also performed Shastra Puja with soldiers near the Chinese border. The motive of his visit was to boost the morale of Indian troops which are deployed at the border against PLA (People’s Liberation Army). During the visit, he also reviewed the preparedness of Army against the PLA’s troops. For eight time, commanders are expected to meet for diplomatic talks next week. Not only in Ladakh, but in north Sikkim also a tense confrontation among the Indian and Chinese troops took place.