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Army Officers and Leaders Meeting to Set the Agenda for Military Talks of the Seventh Phase Between India and China on October 12

Since April, troops of India and China have been face to face in East Ladakh. There were 6 talks between the two countries to reduce tension, but no result could be reached.- File Photo

  • Lieutenant Harinder Singh, the current commander of the Fire and Fury Corps, and Lieutenant PGK Menon, who replaced him, reached Leh for the seventh phase of negotiations.
  • China Study Group has been formed to outline the talks to reduce stress, which includes Defense Minister and Army Chief.

Top military commanders and leaders discussed the agenda of talks to reduce tensions with China on Friday. The seventh phase of military-level talks on border tension will be held on October 12. The two sides will meet in Chushul Moldo in East Ladakh.

Since April, about 50 thousand soldiers from both sides have been face to face. India has already made it clear that further talks will be held on the issue of removing troops from the whole of eastern Ladakh. Lt Harinder Singh, the current commander of the Fire and Fury Corps, and Lt PGK Menon, who succeeded him, have reached Leh for the seventh phase of negotiations.

Lieutenant Menon has long experience in military operations

Lieutenant Menon will take over as Corps Commander on 14 October. He has long experience in military operations. A China Study Group has been formed to design dialogue to reduce stress. It was attended by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief General MM Narwane, and Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria.

India completely occupied the disputed area

According to army sources, the disputed area of ​​southern Pangong is completely occupied by India. The army is present at many peaks here. It has been said from the army that our soldiers are occupying the peaks because India’s position on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is very clear.

China has been claiming many peaks along the Ladakh border.

Sources also said that the Indian Army has also captured Spangur Gap, considered as difficult, the Spangur Lake, and the Chinese road along its shore. China has been claiming many peaks along the Ladakh border. He also wanted to occupy the entire southern part of Pangong Lake and the Spangur Gap to gain an edge.

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