India China Conflict in eastern Ladakh

Chinese troops have moved into eastern Ladakh says Rajnath Singh

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What has been happening in East Ladakh at the moment is correct. China’s military is on LAC. He is claiming that this area belongs to him, while we claim that it falls in the Indian border.

-Rajnath Singh, Defense Minister

Ground Report | Srinagar

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has confirmed for the first time that the ongoing India-China conflict in Ladakh. He said that China has deployed a large number of troops on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. However, India has taken all necessary steps to deal with this situation.

Rajnath further said that a meeting between senior military officers of the two countries is to be held on June 6 in the matter of border dispute. However, he made it clear that India would not back down for now.

The Defense Minister told the News Channel that what has been happening in East Ladakh at the moment is correct. China’s military is on LAC. He is claiming that this area belongs to him, while we claim that it falls in the Indian border. There is a disagreement between the two on this. A large number of people of the People’s Liberation Army have camped here. But what India should do to deal with it is being done.

The Doklam dispute was resolved through diplomatic and military talks. We have found solutions to similar situations in the past as well. Talks at the military and diplomatic levels were on to resolve the current issue,” Singh said.

“India does not hurt the pride of any country and at the same time, it does not tolerate any attempt to hurt its own pride,” he said, talking about India’s long-held policy. Singh, however, refused to brand China is India’s enemy and said that he considers it just to be India’s neighbour.


“The Doklam dispute was resolved through diplomatic and military dialogue. We have found similar solutions in the past for such situations. Negotiations are ongoing at the military and diplomatic level to resolve the current issue. India does not harm the pride of any country and at the same time, it does not honor its pride. Does not tolerate any attempt to harm.

Rajnath Singh, Defense Minister

According to reports, Chinese troops are camping in large numbers on the LAC in the Galvan Valley and Pangong Tso area on the Indian side. The Defense Minister said that China should think seriously on the issue so that it can be resolved soon. The LAC has been in conflict with troops from India and China in several areas of eastern Ladakh for almost a month. Both countries are talking at the military and diplomatic level to resolve the dispute.

Rajnath Singh said, “The Doklam dispute was resolved through diplomatic and military dialogue. We have found similar solutions in the past for such situations. Negotiations are ongoing at the military and diplomatic level to resolve the current issue. “Regarding India’s long-standing policy, Singh said,” India does not harm the pride of any country and at the same time, it does not honor its pride. Does not tolerate any attempt to harm.

The deadlock began following China’s strong opposition to India’s road construction between Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldi in Galvan Valley, in addition to an important road construction in the Finger area around Paigong Tso. China is also constructing a road in the Finger area which is not acceptable to India.

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