New Delhi: India and China in Eastern Ladakh (India-China LAC Dispute) Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane on the standoff on the Line of Control between (Army Chief MM Naravane) made an important statement. He said that India and China are working on the process of disengagement through dialogue and it has yielded positive results but still the danger remains. On the occasion of Army Day, Army Chief MM Navarne said this on Wednesday. At the same time, the 14th round of commander level talks between the two countries was held today.
According to the news of NDTV, Army Chief MM Naravane said that the 14th round of Corps Commander level talks are going on and I hope that we will see better results in the coming days. But the process of withdrawal of forces from the disputed areas has been partially completed, but it does not mean that the threat is averted. He said that the Indian Army’s response to China’s efforts to unilaterally change the status quo in eastern Ladakh was very strong.
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Indian Army Chief MM Naravane said that keeping in mind the challenges posed by China and Pakistan, measures have been taken to reorganize the armed forces and maintain balance. Additional military force has been deployed on the northern borders to respond to every threat. Apart from this, adequate arrangements have been made on the western border to deal with all kinds of challenges.
The Indian Army is engaged in high level operational preparations on the northern borders of the country. At the same time, talks are going on with the People’s Liberation Army of China regarding the border dispute in this area. Due to the joint efforts of both the countries, the process of disengagement has been completed in some areas. Army Chief General MM. Naravane said that we have increased the capacity of force, infrastructure, weapons in the entire Northern Front including Eastern Ladakh.
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