PM Modi in Ladakh, To Require Stock of Situation after Galwan Valley Face-Off with China

July 03, 2020

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday reached Ladakh, a fortnight after a violent face-off between the Indian and Chinese soldiers within the Galwan Valley. The prime minister is in Ladakh to review things on the bottom.

PM Modi is amid Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and military chief General MM Naravane.

The prime minister is currently at one among the forward locations in Nimu where he’s interacting with personnel of the military, Air Force, and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).

Located at 11,000 toes, this is frequently a few of the tough terrains, surrounded through the zanskar variety and on the banks of the indus.

Twenty Indian soldiers were killed within the face-off on June 15.

General Rawat is in the East Ladakh sector today to review the tri-services preparedness against the aggressive People’s Liberation Army (PLA) also as understand the proposed de-escalation and disengagement process at the four stand-off points.

As a military Chief, General Rawat stood up to the Chinese PLA at the Doklam plateau on India-Bhutan-China tri-junction for 73 days in 2017.

Defence minister rajnath singh is moreover predicted to tour to the western quarter later.

Although the Ministry of External Affairs spokesman on Thursday involved expeditious dis-engagement from the border, the de-escalation process will take time with the PLA not within the mood to steer the talk between the 2 governments on the ground.

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