Latest News Of Ladakh About The Conflict Between India And China.

June 25, 2020

There has been a lot of tension between India and China in the border areas of Ladakh nowadays. This tension has started from the month of May. The Indian government has claimed that the Chinese army has crossed the LAC area in Ladakh and has infiltrated many areas where entry was forbidden in any way.
First, Chinese troops infiltrated into Galwan Valley and set up tents there. Galwan valley is the area on which India has been claiming from the beginning and soldiers of both India and China used to do petrol. On 15 June 2020, the Indian Army fought violently in an attempt to remove the tents made by the Chinese Army in the Galvan Valley, in which both sides also suffered human losses.
The formation of military bases on the Galwan Valley by the Chinese military force is preventing the army of the Indian Army from patrolling the area. India has always claimed that the Galwan valley is completely the territory of India.
The most recent current situation is that a picture from the US satellite showed that Chinese troops have permanently built military bases in the Galvan Valley. The Government of India is constantly trying to remove the military base built by China from the Galvan Valley. For this, talks are going on continuously between India and China at the diplomatic level.
On the other hand, China is also increasing its military power near LAC in eastern Ladakh. In view of this, India too has increased its military power several times near LAC.
According to local news, on May 5-6, 2020, there was a face-off between about 250 Indian and Chinese troops near ‘Pangong Tso’ lake. Four Indian and seven Chinese soldiers were injured. On this lake too, the army of both the countries are standing face to face.
Sources say things will calm down if the issues of Pangong Lake and Galvan PP14 are resolved, but in the meantime reports of China opening up the front of Daulat Beg Oldi in eastern Ladakh and also in the plains of Depsang Is also coming.

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