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India-China conflict at Pangong Lake

India-China conflict in Ladakh
India-China conflict in Ladakh

Another India-China conflict is spotted in the Eastern Ladakh. The reports suggest that India has prevented the provoking military movement of China. However, the casualties that both the nation faced are yet to affirm. According to the sources, for solving the issues, a commander-level brigade flag meeting is in-progress at Chushul. The news reports further indicated that the incident took place from Saturday night. Both India and China have participated in the military and diplomatic conversations to sort out the inconveniences. For having 

Accounts of the Indian Army

The Indian Army stated that on the nights of 29th and 30th August, the PLA troops contravened the prior agreement. In fact, they executed infuriating military movements for altering the status quo. The force further revealed that the Indian army thwarted the activity of the People’s Liberation Army at Pangong Tso. They even took on precautionary steps to strengthen their positions and prevent the ill-intention of the Chinese troops. 

Furthermore, the Indian Army also mentioned that they want to maintain harmony as well as tranquillity. Additionally, they also showed their concern about protecting territorial integrity. 

Keeping the matter in view, India asked the opponent to withdraw their armed forces from the Southern Bank at Pangong Lake. 

China’s response 

China is not ready to move back from its current position. In fact, the nation has strengthened the position of its armed forces at Pangong Tso. The People’s Liberation Army did not accept to withdraw the troops from the 8-km stretch in the eastwards. Moreover, the Chinese troops also stood in Depsang and kept halting the Indian Army to perform their patrolling at the location. 

Further details in the news piece 

China has made some alterations to the status quo in several places. They further moved inside the Indian territory. Fue to this reason, the Indian Armed forces objected and took measures against it. The conflict occurred in the Galwan valley. In the last conflict, a total of 20 Indian soldiers died. As per the latest updates, the Chinese aggression increased since the 5th of May. On the respective days of May 17 and 18, their troops misbehaved in the regions of Gogra, Kugrang Nala, and Pangong lake (northern bank)

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