The 16 points identified, India wants to solve the border issue with China step by step

পূর্ব লাদাখের ওয়ার মেমোরিয়ালে সেনাপ্রধান এমএম নরবণে (ফাইল ছবি) (ANI Photo) (ANI)

India wants to resolve border issues with China step by step. India wants to resolve one issue and the other. The Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are planning to resolve border issues one by one. Meanwhile, sources said that so far 16 controversial points have been identified in the Line of Actual Control. A former foreign secretary said efforts were being made to resolve the issues one by one so that both sides could agree. However, the effectiveness of such bilateral talks depends on a number of factors. In May 2020, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) abandoned the 1993-96 bilateral agreement and changed the way troops were deployed in East Ladakh. As a result, something like Galwan happened on June 15. At that time 20 Indian soldiers had to be martyred. Colonel Santosh Babu lost his life in the clash.



India wants to resolve border issues with China step by step. India wants to resolve one issue and the other. The Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) are planning to resolve border issues one by one. Meanwhile, sources said that so far 16 controversial points have been identified in the Line of Actual Control. A former foreign secretary said efforts were being made to resolve the issues one by one so that both sides could agree. However, the effectiveness of such bilateral talks depends on a number of factors. In May 2020, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) abandoned the 1993-96 bilateral agreement and changed the way troops were deployed in East Ladakh. As a result, something like Galwan happened on June 15. At that time 20 Indian soldiers had to be martyred. Colonel Santosh Babu lost his life in the clash.

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Meanwhile, the Indian Army is deployed on one side of the border and the PLA on the other side. In June of this year, there was a sudden increase in the number of Chinese troops on the border, according to various quarters. Indian Army Chief MM Narbane has already reviewed the deployment of Indian troops along the Line of Actual Control. The army chief also reviewed the situation in eastern Ladakh before the winter.

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