Border scenario in Ladakh ‘direct result’ of Chinese motion to impact unilateral change in established order


New Delhi, September 3

India on Thursday mentioned the scenario witnessed within the border areas in jap Ladakh over the previous 4 months was a “direct result” of the actions taken by China geared toward effecting unilateral change in the established order of the area.

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava mentioned India was dedicated to resolve all points via dialogue, noting the way in which forward to handle the problem is negotiations.

“It is clear that the situation we witnessed (in eastern Ladakh) over the past four months is a direct result of actions by the Chinese side aimed at effecting unilateral change in the status quo. We strongly urge China to sincerely engage with the Indian side with the objective of expeditiously restoring peace in border areas through complete disengagement,” he mentioned at an internet media briefing.

On Monday, the Indian Army mentioned the Chinese army carried out “provocative military movements” to “unilaterally” change the established order on the southern financial institution of Pangong lake in jap Ladakh on the intervening evening of August 29 and 30 however the try was thwarted by the Indian troops.

Srivastava, on Tuesday, had mentioned the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) was engaged in “provocative action” once more a day earlier when the bottom commanders of the 2 sides have been holding talks to ease the scenario.

Following the Chinese makes an attempt, the Indian Army has strengthened its presence in at the very least three strategic heights within the southern financial institution of Pangong lake.

Replying to a query on whether or not External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will journey to Moscow to attend a gathering of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) overseas ministers on September 10, Srivastava mentioned “yes”.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation is an eight-nation regional grouping that features China and India. PTI



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