As Foreign Minister S Jaishankar prepares to meet his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow, skirmishes on the LAC on Monday gave India some strong bargaining chips in tough argue as Indian troops take their position south of Pangong Tso.
The conflict has required “deep talks” to resolve the situation. Also, the talks will not end instantly, despite credits to the role, the Indian military has surprised the PLA. Over the weekend, the pace has changed subtly before the meeting.
At 3 a.m. in Beijing, China sided with China in a serious statement accusing the Indian government of serious violations. The statement received a solid Indian response to the Chinese advance, making it clear that high-end business is not a passing subject.
The signal to China was either to use force to oust Indian troops, or that negotiations were an option for finding some way out and cutting down tension. The need for a political understanding of the growing border crisis has intensified at present.
Reactions on public statements
Over the past few days both sides have been reflecting on their public statements. The Indian side is of the view that China’s LAC has a definite goal of pushing it westwards. However, they are not ready to accept the recent gains made by Indians. It’s also linked to national honor – meaning both sides will be digging in the winter.
Here, as per our research and sources, India may benefit a little, but China has more in its pockets. On Tuesday, the MEA turned its back on the Chinese propaganda machinery, denying the credit of NSA Ajit Doval. A MEA spokesperson said in a statement.
These reports are completely false and not based on facts. Sources said the Chinese would have preferred a situation in which they were in a more safe position. But, on other hand, India has strengthened its position in the LAC, which has contributed to China’s anger. This could facilitate the start of political negotiations, but could easily strain China’s position.
2020 Indo-China conflict – Part of the military conflict between India and China that has been going on since 5 May.
The Sino-Indian conflict of 2020 is part of the ongoing military standoff between China and India. Since May 5, 2020, Chinese and Indian forces have met in face-to-face battles and clashes over the disputed Pangong Lake in Ladakh.
Also, the condition is the same at Tibet Autonomous Region on the Sino-Indian border and along the Sikkim and border areas. Additional clashes also took place at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
As per Indian sources, on 7th May, They injured 7 Indian troops.
On May 15 and 16, 20 Indian soldiers were killed and 43 Chinese soldiers rescued. Also, On 17 June, they killed 20 Indian soldiers in an encounter in clash with China in Ladakh.
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