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Border dispute has been going on between India and China for the last 8 months. To resolve this, several rounds of meetings have also been held between the two countries. (File photo)

China has made a new move amid the ongoing border dispute between India and China. Things have been quiet on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) for the last few days. Meanwhile, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has appointed a new commander at the Western Theater Command. According to Chinese media, the head of the Central Military Commission (CMC) President Xi Jinping has handed over the command of the Western Front to General Zhang Shudong.

However, India has been expressing confidence for the past few days that military and diplomatic levels are being negotiated between the two countries and the forces of the two countries may soon withdraw.

Promoted 4 other officers as well
Xi has also promoted 4 Chinese military and police officers. The new appointment and promotion at the high level in the Western Command of the PLA questions the intentions of China amid the ongoing conflict between the two countries in eastern Ladakh since May.

Tension continues since may
India and China have been in constant talks to resolve the border dispute for more than 8 months. Meanwhile, there have been reports of Chinese manufacture on the border. A few days ago, reports claimed that China is busy deploying rapid radar on 3,488 km long LAC.

Things have worsened after Galvan
There was also a violent clash between Indo-Chinese soldiers on 15 June in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh. In this, 20 soldiers of India were martyred. More than 40 Chinese soldiers were killed.

9 rounds have been negotiated
A total of 9 rounds of talks at the Corps Commander level have been held between the two countries’ military. The last meeting between the two was held on December 10 at the foreign ministry level. The talks between the two countries were to remove their troops from the forward area and maintain peace.

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