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Tensions intensify in Ladakh as china brings in more troops

Chinese military team is sending a clear indication that they are not ready to end their conflict with the Indian army so Chinese military is working very fast on increasing their troops in areas around the Pangong Tso lake and Galway Valley along the line which is been bordered by the Actual control which is located in Ladakh, as the news come from the people who are familiar with this disputed situation. They also told that Chinese military has erected around 100 tents in the last two weeks and has been constantly working on the same by bringing heavy pieces of equipment for the construction of bunkers which can help them to strengthen their presence in the Galway valley.

It has been stated that Chinese military team has forcefully stopped the movement of Indian troops on several occasions when they were involved in keeping a watch over by moving towards the Pangong Tso lake area this week. On Friday i.e. 22nd may’2020, the army chief general caravan paid a quiet visit towards the headquarters of fourteen corps in Leh in the middle of the escalating tension and reviewed with the top commanders regarding the overall security scenario in the region including the disputed area which is a border between Indian and China.

In several sensitive areas including Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldi, the Indian troops are also reclined towards the patrolling. Around 250 Chinese and Indian soldiers who were engaged in the violent clashes on the evening of May 5 worsen the whole area of eastern Ladakh which knock over to the next day before both the parties agreed to disengage leading a meeting with the local commanders. Due to this violence, a total of 100 Indian and Chinese soldiers were injured in this war.

On Thursday i.e. 21st May’2020, India told that this Chinese military team was obstructing normal safeguarding with the help of their troops and also claimed that Indian military team has taken a responsible approach towards the border management. It was been stated by the external affair spokesperson Anurag Srivastava at a media briefing that the tension was triggered due to trespassing by Indian forces on the Chinese side. After accusing the Indian military team by the china of trespassing into Chinese territory, the response came after two days from India claiming that it was an attempt from their side to change the status of the Line of actual control in Sikkim and Ladakh one-sided.

Around 250 Chinese and Indian army on May 5 clashes with each other with iron rods, sticks and even resulted in ferocious war with stone-pelting in the Pangong Tso lake area in which soldiers of both the country were injured. Whereas, on May 9, in a separate incident, almost 150 Indian and Chinese Military got engaged in a dispute with each other in the Sikkim sector and because of this almost ten soldiers from both the sides got injured. This India-china border dispute covers the 3,488-km-long line of actual control and china claims the Arunachal Pradesh as a part of southern Tibet while India didn’t agree over the same.

After the Doklam standoff, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping organized their first informal summit in April 2018 in the Chinese state of Wuhan, wherein, they decided to issue the strategic guidance to their militaries so that they can strengthen the communication which can help in building the trust and understanding between both the countries. The second informal summit was organised between the presidents of both the countries in October in 2019 with a focus on further broadening bilateral ties between both the countries.

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