Ladakh Clash: India-China lieutenant general level talk went on for 12 hours


India-China relations tense over Ladakh conflict

new Delhi:

Ladakh Clash: Talks between Lt. Gen. rank officials of India and China (India-China Standoff) in Chushul in the wake of violent clashes in eastern Ladakh and tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) Tuesday night 11:00 It was over at Sources gave this information This conversation lasted for about 12 hours. At the meeting, India asked China to abide by the agreement reached on 22 June. With this, China was asked by India to maintain the status quo of April 2020 on LAC. The army may issue an official statement on this. No one is ready to speak on what issues were discussed and what was agreed.

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Significantly, 20 military personnel, including a colonel of the Indian Army, were killed in a violent clash with Chinese soldiers in the Galvan Valley of eastern Ladakh last month. In the clash, about 45 soldiers of the Chinese side were killed or badly injured. According to the information, violent skirmishes in Ladakh started when Indian soldiers went to remove the tents planted by Chinese soldiers on the Indian side of the border. On June 6, China agreed to remove the tent after talks between lieutenant general-rank officials of both sides. Since then there is a situation of tension on the LAC. There is a lot of anger in China about this aggressive attitude of China.


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