Army chief MM Naravane says, the situation with China is ‘under control’, everything you need to know

The Pangong Tso lake situated in Ladakh is currently a location of an eye-to-eye clash between the Indian and the Chinese forces after a scuffle in early May. Both Sides have raised their troop strength at the location, but the ‘disengagement’ process still prevails.

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On Saturday, after a long delegation-level talk with the Chinese side, Army chief General Manok Mukund Naravane said that the situation along India’s borders with China is under control now. “We are hopeful that through the continued dialogue we’re having, all perceived differences that we (India and China) have will be set to rest. Everything is under control,” he said.

This was allegedly the fifth round of meeting between the two major generals to break the stalemate that started with a rough encounter between the troops at Pangong Tso on the night of May 5-6.

The India- China border conflict involves the 3,488-km-long LAC. China claims that Arunachal Pradesh is part of southern Tibet, while India debates it. Both sides claimed that, before the border issue is settled, it is important to preserve stability and peace in the border areas.

On Friday, one person was killed and three others murdered after the Nepalese Border police opened fire at a bunch of Indian nationals who, the Nepalese affirmed attempted to coercively enter the nation. The incident took place on the India- Nepal border in Bihar’s Sitamarhi.

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