The situation on LAC (Line of Actual Control) in Eastern Ladakh between Indian and Chinese troops is worse than ever. The Indo-Chinese border in Ladakh has been experiencing tense situation since May this year, when suddenly PLA (People’s Liberation Army) started to engage its troops on the border along with advanced weapons.
Several rounds of Commander-level talks yielded no positive outcome
Several rounds of commander-level talks had been conducted between Indian and Chinese officials but have not yielded any positive outcome for the disengagement of troops of both countries. Now in the newest event on the border, PLA of China has started to rotate its troops on the northern banks of Pangong Tso, clearing their intention of no dis-engagement of Chinese troops from Eastern Ladakh.
According to the new reports by officials, the PLA has started to move an additional brigade north of Pangong Tso to rotate troops from Finger 4 to keep up the morale of Chinese troops. For another set of India-China military-diplomatic talks, XIV Corps Commander meeting the South Xinjiang military district commander in Chushul today to strictly talk about eh dis-engagement of troops from Eastern Ladakh.
As winter approaches, troops of both the countries are preparing themselves to survive at this altitude with severe weather conditions
As the winter is approaching, the condition at such an altitude in Ladakh will be much worse, and with no positive outcome of nay talks it is clear that he troops of both the countries has to spend brutal winter at such high altitude. Indian Army Is prepared to stay on all heights on LAC in Ladakh. Nothing could be predicted from the current situation, either the condition will become much worse or the talks between both countries could yield some solution. Both countries have deployed its Army in its full at LAC in Ladakh and hence the chances of accidents are very high and to avoid them as much as possible, a suitable distance is being maintained at the border.