13th Round OF India-China Corps Commander Talks To Begin Next Week

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  • General Manoj Naravane said that the 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China to begin next week.
  • The main aim of these talks will be to resolve the standoff in eastern Ladakh.
  • Currently Indian Army is monitoring all the Chinese developments.

New Delhi: Sources reveal that China has deployed troops in considerable numbers all across eastern Ladakh and Northern front right up to India’s Eastern Command. The Army chief stated that “We are confident that as we discuss things with each other we will be able to reach a consensus on how this disengagement is to take place, and by and by all the friction points get resolved”.

The Indian Army Chief, General Manoj Naravane said that the 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China shall be held next week with the main aim of resolving the standoff in eastern Ladakh. He further added that the focus should be on working out a disengagement plan from the Hot Springs area among others.

Currently, the Indian Army is monitoring all the Chinese developments and is quite poised to meet any eventuality. The Army has deployed its newest induction, 52 calibers tracked self-propelled howitzer close to Ladakh. “We have now added an entire regiment, this will be really helpful”, said General Naravane.

Earlier in February, efforts were undertaken for all disengagement from both sides of Pangong and Tso and in August the second phase of disengagement was undertaken in Gogra.

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