China stubborn, Doval-led panel to chart out course


Ajay Banerjee
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 3

The omnipotent China Study Group (CSG) headed by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval will meet in a day or two to evaluate the result of the talks held on Sunday between Lt General-level Commanders of India and China at Moldo.

Three Terms for establishment ante

  • Withdrawal of Chinese troops from Finger-4

  • Removal of recent infrastructure in ‘grey areas’, the place notion of LAC differs

  • Restoration of patrolling rights to India

The CSG, which incorporates the Cabinet Secretary, Foreign Secretary, Service Chiefs and Defence Secretary as its members, will approve the following steps to be taken alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh.

The CSG had met on Thursday to resolve the agenda and proposals for Sunday’s assembly. Lt General Harinder Singh, who led the Indian delegation, was requested to convey to the Chinese that the established order ante as per April 2020 needed to be restored alongside the LAC. The Chinese facet was “uncooperative”, sources stated. The Chinese stance on the assembly mirrored the official line taken by the Chinese ambassador throughout his latest speak on the Institute of Chinese Studies. The ambassador had stated Chinese troops had been positioned on their facet of the LAC.

The course of to disengage troops and pull again war-waging tools like weapons, tanks, rocket launchers and missile launchers has been stalled because the People’s Liberation Army of China has not honoured the disengagement plan. Chinese troops haven’t moved again from Finger-Four on the north of Pangong Tso, a 135-km glacial lake.



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