Amidst the ongoing stress on the LAC…
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will go to Ladakh on Friday

New Delhi. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will go to Ladakh amidst tensions with China on the border. He will be accompanied by Army Chief Manoj Mukund Narwane. The defense minister and army chief will review the security system in Eastern Ladakh and take stock of the situation. It is evident that this visit is taking place at a time when there is tension between India and China on LAAC. According to sources, Singh can hold a high-level meeting with senior army officers during the visit to Ladakh. There has been a situation of deadlock between the forces of India and China at several places in the eastern Ladakh region for the past seven weeks. Last month, on 14/15 June, tensions escalated after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in violent clashes in the Galvan Valley. Chinese soldiers were also casualties in this skirmish, but they have not yet given their number.

Significantly, China is showing its tricks on LAC. However, India has bluntly told China that until Chinese troops are deployed along the border, trust cannot be restored. Actually, the commanders of both countries met on Tuesday. India said this to China in this. According to sources, there will be more meetings between the two countries. Let us know that on Tuesday, the talks between India and China commander level lasted for about 12 hours. Both countries emphasized that the tension should be reduced. Army sources gave information about this matter. Commander-level talks have been held in eastern Ladakh for seven weeks to end the heightened tension between the two armies.

Sources said that the discussion in the meeting shows that both sides are committed to reduce tension on the Line of Actual Control (LAC). There are likely to be more meetings at the military, diplomatic level to reach a mutually agreeable solution. He said that the process of retreating along the Line of Actual Control is complicated and in this context one should avoid speculation based, unproven reports. According to sources, the talks took place in the Indian part of the LAC in the Chushul sector of eastern Ladakh. The meeting started at 11 am and lasted for about 12 hours. "The meeting went on long, in view of the protocol of Kovid-19, meeting effectively without losing time," a source said. The talks show the commitment of both sides to reduce tension on the LAC. "