Another military-level meet on playing cards to finish LAC deadlock


Ajay Banerjee
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 22

After having failed to interrupt the impasse over army deployment alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, senior army commanders of India and China have been tasked to satisfy once more.

Stalemate continues regardless of conferences

  • The final Lt General-level assembly was hosted by China on August 2, which was to debate your complete 826-km stretch of the LAC in Ladakh

  • After that on August 8, Major General-level officers of India and China met to ease the strain on the Depsang plains to scale back troop mobilisationon either side of the 900 sq km space

Sources confirmed that one other Lt General assembly is deliberate to implement on floor the discussions which have happen in Beijing and likewise on the August 20 assembly of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) on India-China Border Affairs.

No date has been mounted for the assembly but. The

final such Lt General assembly was hosted by

China on August 2, which was to debate your complete 826-km stretch of the LAC in Ladakh.

After that on August 8, Major General-level officers of India and China met to ease the strain on the Depsang plains to scale back troop mobilisation and war-waging tools on either side of the 900 sq km space. The talks revolved round two points — restoring patrol rights within the ‘grey zone’ areas, the place the notion of the LAC varies, and arriving at some semblance of understanding as to what are one another’s perceptions of the LAC and the way these are to be ‘respected’ by troops on the bottom.

The dis-engagement course of has been stalled. Five conferences on the Lt General-level have been performed between June 6 and August 2. It was determined to go forward with de-escalation. China, nonetheless, backed out of the settlement.

Barring success in making a 3-km buffer zone at Patrolling Point 14 (Galwan) and PP 15 (Hot Springs), there was no breakthrough. China is adamant on not shifting additional away from the LAC from its place at Finger 4.

The PLA has an identical stance as regards PP 17 and PP 17A, close to Gogra.



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