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Round 6: India Vs. China, Talks On Border Standoff Continues

India is occupying a number of strategic heights on the southern bank of Pangong lake.

Monday

India-China held talks in implementing a five-point agreement. Firstly, it includes the disengagement of troops. Certainly, de-escalation of the tense situation in eastern Ladakh.

In the 6th round, began at around 9 am in Moldo. That is the Chinese side of the line of Actual Contro. The Indian delegation is headed by Lt. Gen Harinder Singh, commander Leh-based 14 corps.

The team included a secretary-level officer from the ministry of external affairs. Additionally, Lt. Gen PGK Menon. This is the first time when a senior official from the MEA was part of high-level military talks.

Maj Gen Liu Lin, commander of the South Xinjiang military region lead the Chinese delegation.

 

As per sources, the agenda of India-China Monday talk included charting a specific timeline for the implementation of the agreement.

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Military trucks are parked outside the storage facilities at a supply depot in Leh, in the Ladakh region, September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui – RC22ZI9DYBGD

The agreement aims to end the four-month-long border standoff.

 

Moreover, disengagement of troops and avoiding activities that could escalate tension. In short! It is a step to restore peace between the two countries.

As per military sources, newly inducted Rafale is part of a measure to boost overall readiness. In the view of ‘proactive actions’ jets started carrying out sorties in eastern Ladakh. On the other hand, Rafale jets in Ladakh came less than 10 days after been formally inducted into the Indian Air Force.

The induction ceremony occurred in Ambala on 10th September. Five Rafale jets were inducted in the IAF. The army made an elaborate arrangement to maintain the current level of troops and weapons in areas of eastern Ladakh.

Certainly, the situation remains tense at both southern as well as northern bank of the Pangong lake area. Total three attempts made by the Chinese Arm to intimidate Indian troops along the Pangong lake area.

India is occupying a number of strategic heights on the southern bank of Pangong lake.

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