New Delhi: Army Chief General MM Naravane will go to the disputed space in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley on Tuesday and Wednesday to debate with floor commanders the six-week standoff with the Chinese navy. Also Read – Galwan Clash: India-China Military Commanders’ Meeting at LAC Ends After 11 Hours, May Continue Today
Army sources informed PTI that the Chief of the Army Staff will go to ahead areas and work together with troops on the bottom to take inventory of the bottom scenario and pan out the following transfer. Also Read – Indian Weightlifting Federation Halts Usage of China-made Equipment Due to Defects
The go to comes every week after 20 Indian Army personnel had been killed in a brutal assault by the Chinese navy on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Galwan Valley which escalated the border pressure. Also Read – A Week After Deadly Galwan Valley Clash, India-China Hold Corps Commander-Level Talks
Notably, the Indian and Chinese Corps commanders held 11-hour-long talks on Monday to resolve the continuing border pressure between the 2 international locations. The talks could proceed on Tuesday.
According to stories, New Delhi strongly raised with Beijing the “premediated” assault on Indian troopers in Galwan Valley.
Besides, within the violent assault on June 15, the Chinese troopers used stones, nail-studded sticks, iron rods and golf equipment for brutal assaults on Indian troopers as they protested the erection of a surveillance put up by China on the Indian facet of LAC in Galwan.
Since the clashes, the 2 sides held not less than three-rounds of Major-General stage talks to discover methods to ease the scenario between the 2 sides.
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