India China LAC Clash: After skirmish in Galvan, patrolling is not being done at many points on LAC – claim in the report, defense sources rejected

India-China Dispute: It is known that the Galvan conflict between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army took place in the year 2020.

India China Border Dispute: In the event of tension between India and China on LAC, there are some points where the armies of both the countries are not patrolling. Please inform that this situation has remained after the Galwan Clash. In fact, the English newspaper ‘The Hindu’, quoting government sources, wrote that there are at least 30 patrolling points out of 65 on the LAC in eastern Ladakh, where Indian troops are not patrolling after the Galvan conflict.

India-China in Ladakh- Both sides are not patrolling:

However, defense sources have rejected this data and termed it wrong. It is known that the Galvan conflict between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army (PLA) took place in the year 2020. At the same time, a source associated with the Ministry of Defense says that after the retreat of the army of both the countries, there are some areas where neither side is patrolling.

Let us tell you that before April-May 2020, regular patrolling was being done at these points. However, later China started amassing its troops close to the LAC in eastern Ladakh. Defense sources say, “At present, talks are on between the two sides on several other issues besides aspects of patrolling.”

In fact, on June 15, 2020, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the Galvan conflict. After this tension, several rounds of military level talks were held to normalize the situation on LAC. A “no-petroling zone” or “buffer” was created in this.


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Military level talks between India and China held on 20 December:

Let us tell you that on December 9, there was a clash between Indo-China soldiers in Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. This was followed by the 17th round of India-China Corps Commander level meeting on 20 December. The meeting took place at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point. In this meeting, both the sides agreed to maintain security and stability at the grassroots level in the western sector. Apart from this, both sides also agreed that both will resolve the tense issue through military and diplomatic channels.


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