new Delhi: India-China border dispute has been going on for months. Today will be the fifth meeting of the Commander level between the two countries. In this meeting, India will oppose the presence of Chinese troops in Finger area and Depsang in eastern Ladakh. In the last meeting, both sides had talked about the withdrawal of forces in a phased manner on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The last conversation was held on 14 July
To reduce the tension on the border between the two countries, it has been negotiated four times before. Earlier, the last meeting was held on 14 July. In this fourth conversation at the Corps Commander level, the LAC had talks on reducing deadlock and repelling troops.
At the same time, in the third meeting held on 30 June, both sides agreed to reduce the tension in a quick, phased and gradual manner with priority to remove the deadlock. At the same time, the conversation of the second tour was held on 22 June. The first conversation at the level of Lieutenant General was held on 6 June. During this time, both sides agreed to withdraw slowly from all the places of confrontation, starting from Galvan Valley.
Had a conversation with Ajit Doval
Let us know that recently there was a long conversation between India's NSA Ajit Doval and China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi to reduce the military presence in all the areas of East Ladakh. In this negotiation, there was complete agreement to reduce tension in eastern Ladakh.
The deadlock increased after the clashes in Galvan valley
Let me tell you that there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on the night of June 15 in Galvan Valley. In this, 20 soldiers of India including a colonel were martyred. With this, news came that about 40 Chinese soldiers were also killed in this clash. However, China was denying the news of its soldiers being killed. At the same time, India accepted the news of the martyrdom of its soldiers without hesitation. The deadlock on the border had increased since this bloody clash.