Ground Report | New Delhi: India-China talks; The 13th round of senior military commander level talks held on Sunday to resolve the ongoing border dispute between India and China along the LAC i.e. Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh also remained inconclusive.
India has said that China is not ready to restore status quo on LSC. At present, there is a dispute between the two countries on the LAC in eastern Ladakh over Hot Springs, Depsang Bulge and Charding Nullah Junction.
After this dialogue, a statement has been issued by the armies of both the countries. China said that instead of making a wrong assessment of the situation, India should take the talks to the end. At the same time, the Indian Army said that constructive advice was placed before China but it is not ready to accept it.
In a statement issued by the Indian Army, it has been said that before the Chinese side, India gave constructive advice to resolve the dispute, but China did not agree. On the other hand, China said that India is making unreasonable and unrealistic demands in the whole matter.
Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane had said last week that China is working on large-scale infrastructure along the LAC and it seems that the army there is not thinking of retreating even in the second winter. General Naravane had said that if China does not back down, then India will also not back down.
In a statement issued by China, it has been said that India is raising unreasonable and unreasonable demands, which is causing difficulties. China has asked India not to miscalculate any situation.
According to Senior Colonel Long Shahoa, spokesman for China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Western Theater Command, the talks between the two countries took place in the Chinese territory at the Moldo-Chushul meeting point.(India-China talks)
In a statement after the meeting, Long said China has made several efforts to end the border standoff and defuse the ongoing escalation and has shown its utmost sincerity to maintain relations between the two armies.