Ground Report | Srinagar
Tensions continue between India and China over the border dispute in Ladakh. China and India Army are once again face to face along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh. Even though China has increased the deployment of its army on the border, now India is not going to lag behind.
India has also prepared to give a befitting reply to China and has deployed its army at par with the Chinese army. Even with this step, India has made its stand clear that now it is not going to take a step back from the ongoing deadlock from China.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the entire situation with the country’s top military leadership amid increasing activities of Chinese troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) of India and China. The review meeting was attended by National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and the heads of the three services.
It is clear from the first such meeting called by the Prime Minister that China’s strategy of creating pressure with military force will be thwarted. At the same time, it also shows that the situation on the border is deteriorating despite the political leadership of both countries not yet commenting on the current tensions.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Manoj Munkad Narwane, Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadoria and Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh attended the review meeting held with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
India will not back down from deadlock
India has decided not to back down from deadlock with China in the tense region of East Ladakh. India has deployed troops to counter the Karakoram Pass and the Chinese troops stationed in the region. People familiar with the matter gave this information on the condition of anonymity. Let us tell you that China had violated the Line of Actual Control (LAC) here and clashed with Indian soldiers.
India has tightened the waist, if India has taken this decision with the aim of thwarting any Chinese incursion into Indian territory and attempts to change the situation in Indian territory. India has also increased its military strength to face the Chinese challenge with strength and restraint.
PM Modi review situation
On Tuesday, a high level security meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PM along with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Head of Department of Defense (CDS) General Bipin Rawat to assess the situation of the Line of Actual Control between the tense situation between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley and Pangong Lake area in East Ladakh. Had a meeting. CDS Rawat apprised PM Modi of the military situation in Ladakh and gave suggestions for handling the situation.
India will continue construction of roads
According to media reports that it was decided that India will continue to build roads and infrastructure near the Chinese border in Ladakh and other areas while countering China’s military maneuver. According to sources, this meeting with the Prime Minister also discussed the strategy of dealing with the situation of potential challenges of China. The encroachment of Chinese troops into the Ladakh border region has become the most serious issue after the most stressful phase of the Indo-China military confrontation at Doklam in 2017.
India will not hesitate to take appropriate reply
After the Prime Minister’s meeting, by directing the army not to stop the construction work, India has clearly told China that it is fully understanding the strategy of Chinese strategy to pressure the border dispute. India will not hesitate to take appropriate retaliatory action. China has made a military encroachment in the Ladakh region with the intention of putting a hindrance in the construction work of India and the Indian Army is firmly in a face-to-face position with the Chinese troops.
China claimed the entire Galvan area
Military tension over LAC in the Ladakh region is further exacerbated by China’s claim over the entire Galvan Valley region. The Chinese government’s mouthpiece Global Times has tried to stake its claim on the entire region with the help of Chinese troops infiltrating into India’s controlled Galvan Valley in Ladakh.
Three-day conference of military commanders
A three-day conference of army commanders begins between India and China. It is understood that the current situation arising due to China in East Ladakh region will be discussed exclusively in this conference.
Army spokesman Aman Anand told that the first phase of the conference will run from 27 May to 29 May and the second phase will be in the last week of June. The conference was earlier scheduled to be held from April 13 to 18, but was postponed due to Corona.
Chinfing told his army to speed up the preparations for war
Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for his country’s military to intensify war preparations and protect the country’s sovereignty.
Addressing a joint team of Army and Armed Police on Tuesday during the current parliamentary session, Chinfing said that you should prepare yourself keeping in mind the toughest conditions and protect the country in the face of complex situations. This address by Chinfing amidst the conflict between India and China has led to further escalation of tension.