Army increased deployment on front fronts, border villages were evacuated, even in third meeting


Sanjay Mishra, New Delhi. The meeting at the level of military commander of the two countries on Thursday to resolve the tension deepened by violent clashes in Galvan valley did not yield any result. At the commander-level meeting, India once again made clear to China that China has no other option but to reduce the current tensions in the Galvan valley before the situation is restored. The army has made it clear that no Indian soldier is missing after a violent clash with Chinese troops in the Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh.

Chinese army not ready to retreat in Galvan area

On Thursday, the Indian Army further increased its deployment on the front fronts amid deepening tension along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh. While many villages in the border areas of Ladakh are being evacuated, the deployment of army is being increased on the front fronts of all the borders with China. At the same time, the Chinese army is still not ready to retreat from the area of ​​conflict in Galvan Valley.

Army strengthened on the front

The Indian Army has strengthened its deployment on the front of violent skirmishes only to forcibly evade the Chinese claim on the Galvan valley. Due to this harsh attitude of India, there was no result in the third meeting held on Thursday. However, no official statement was made by the two sides regarding the outcome of the meeting. The military spokesman issued an official statement denying the news of the disappearance of some Indian soldiers after the Galvan Valley clash only in the US newspaper.


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