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Indian Soldiers Moved At Two Lac Areas On Two Different Days To Foil Attack Offers By China

Situation “Under Control” Now

India China Clash: Firstly, New Delhi and Beijing occupied with a war of words. Tuesday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh led a gathering of the military brass with Indian soldiers. Ruining Chinese moves at two places in Ladakh on two different days for area domination, involved “strategic highlights”.
 
Indian Army sources affirmed that the pre-emptive moves. Certainly, at “more than one area”, to a great extent in the zones referenced by China. In its announcement: South bank of Pangong Tso and near Reqin La, not a long way from Rezang La.
 
The Ministry of External Affairs, Tuesday evening, countered the Chinese protest. He said the subsequent incident occurred Monday.
“Even as the ground commandants of the different sides were in conversations to de-raise the situation”.
 
“Chinese soldiers again occupied in a disturbing activity.”
 
Because of the cautious activity, the Indian side was able to prevent these attempts to singularly change the status as usual.
 
Moreover, Armed force sources witnessed movement of a convoy of Chinese vehicles. The movement seen in the Chumar area. However it gave off an impression of being normal watching on the Chinese side, and was not an offense endeavor.
 
On the movement of Indian military hardware and weaponry, a senior Army official says .
“Whatever required for a specific territory, those components have moved,”.
“It would be infantry in the hills, and for the fields, the best reasonable weapon platforms have moved”.
 
On India China clash, China said it had held up a political dissent, and that Indian soldiers had “violated” the agreement on August 31. In an announcement, Chinese embassy representative Ji Rong said.
“Indian soldiers intruded the Line of Actual Control again at the Southern bank of the Pangong Tso Lake.”
Furthermore close to the Reqin Pass in the western segment of the China-India border, which again blended tension in the border zones.
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