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India Pakistan | Bipin Rawat Update; Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) General Warning to China Pakistan Over Line of Actual Control (LAC) | CDS Rawat said – Army is giving a befitting reply to China’s antics, Balakot strike was a strong message to Pakistan.

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Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat said that LAC’s position in Ladakh will not be changed.

Chief Minister of Defense Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat, speaking in a webinar on Friday, said that there was tension on the Indo-China border in Ladakh amid the India-China talks on the border dispute. Rawat said that the Indian Army is giving a befitting reply to the wrong antics of the Chinese Army in Ladakh. Our stand is clear, we will not allow any change in the position of Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Rawat said that the surgical strike in Balakot was a strong message to Pakistan that if terrorists are sent to India, they will not be spared. India’s new way of dealing with terrorism has raised the concern of Pakistan.

‘Pakistan has set up the proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir’

Rawat said that the possibility of war with China is low, but cannot ignore the major confrontations due to unnecessary action on the border. Rawat also targeted Pakistan. He said that Pakistan has set up the proxy war in Jammu and Kashmir, due to which the relationship between the two countries has deteriorated.

Negotiations between India and China continue to resolve the dispute

The India-China Corps Commander is holding the 8th round of talks today in the Chushul area of ​​East Ladakh to resolve the border dispute. In earlier meetings, it was agreed to reduce tensions and not change the status of LAC, but China repeatedly breaks the conditions.

There has been a continuous dispute between India and China in Ladakh since April. On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between soldiers of both countries. More than 40 soldiers from China were also killed. Tension increased after this incident. There were several army and diplomatic level meetings between the two countries to resolve the dispute, but China repeatedly retracts from its stand.

On the night of 29–30 August, China attempted to capture a hill in Ladakh but was thwarted by the army. Even after this, China kept trying to infiltrate, but it had to retreat every time in front of the Indian soldiers. In view of China’s antics, India has increased its troops in the disputed areas of Ladakh.

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