Ladakh LAC standoff – India and China disagree to implement the plans. Indian Army Veteran Lt.Col Manoj K Channan says that after having eight rounds of talks by the Military Commanders and the last two interactions with the representative of the MEA no good results has come out.
SinceÂ May 2020,India and China have readied a three-phase plan for disengagement in eastern Ladakh where the two sides have been in a stand-off.
However,no agreement has made for implementation of the plans. Till now, none has agreed upon within which plan to implement, neither it is decided the extent to which it will happen between the two sides.
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Ladakh LAC standoff – India and China disagree to implement the plans
The disengagement includes the Chinese and Indian forces pulling back armour-tanks and armoured personnel carriers from close to the Line of Actual Control(LAC). India would return back forces to the South Bank of Pangong, its pre-existing position prior. Here Indiana dominates the heights to position before tension began. Whereas, Chinese would return to the Finger 8 region on the North Bank of the Pangong lake leaving their existing position.
Ever since the Galwan valley clashed in June last year, in which twenty Indian soldiers have lost their lives, as did many Chinese soldiers including the commanding officer, India had been watchful.
The Indian security establishment, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane and Air Force chief RKS Bhadauria, had responded with strong military measures like occupying the dominating heights along the southern and northern bank of Pangong Lake on the LAC.
While China mobilised its troops in a massive deployment along the LAC, India moved close to 60,000 troops for forward deployments, besides bringing in reserve divisions.