Army Chief reaches Leh; will evaluate operational preparedness amid India-China tensions


Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 3

Army chief General MM Naravane on Thursday reached Leh as a part of a two-day go to to evaluate the operational preparedness within the Ladakh area. 

The go to comes within the backdrop of the contemporary skirmishes between Indian and Chinese troopers at Pangong Lake in jap Ladakh.

The Indian and Chinese militaries started the third spherical of talks at Chushul on Tuesday to resolve the contemporary skirmishes.

Indian and Chinese troops have been engaged in skirmishes on the southern financial institution of the Pangong Lake the place the Chinese introduced in near 450 troops and tried to vary the established order, the Indian Army mentioned because it thwarted the opponent’s effort.

Sources mentioned Chinese People’s Liberation Army troops with assist of ropes and different climbing tools began climbing at a table-top space between Black Top and Thakung Heights at Pangong Tso’s south financial institution.

Hearing the commotion, the Indian Army was alerted and swung into motion.

Earlier, Indian intelligence companies had alerted the Indian Army in regards to the Chinese’s PLA plans to vary the established order in different areas alongside the Line of Actual Control. Thereafter, skirmishes erupted between each side however issues didn’t escalate. When Chinese troops noticed the energy of Indian troops, the skirmishes stopped.



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