New Delhi: China is once again moving in the direction of peace talks on the one hand and aggressive treachery on the other. Clashes between Indian troops and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) were reported yesterday after clashes at the Galvan border in July. The clash took place on the border of Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh.
It is reported that the Chinese military tried to cross the border in defiance of the agreements put forward by the two countries. But the Indian army strongly resisted the Chinese forces who tried to cross the border.
According to preliminary information, the Indian Army did not allow China to advance an inch. India has increased its military presence in the region. But even after the encounter, the brigade commander’s head reportedly held a flag meeting in Chushul.
There have been several discussions between the two countries to remove the obstacle on the Line of Control through diplomatic and military talks. But while the talks are on one side, China is going one step back and two steps forward.
Conflict has now erupted again between discussions. It is clear from this that despite repeated discussions, tensions in eastern Ladakh have not abated. The Indian military had said that China should restore the status quo on the Galvan border. But China is backtracking on the proposals put forward in the talks.
It is noteworthy that the military chief has repeatedly warned China that India has not laid down its arms despite ongoing talks.