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China Says On Lac Disengagement That India Demands Unreasonable After 13th Round Of Military Talks

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Mon, 11 Oct 2021 08:48 AM IST

Summary

When a legitimate demand was raised by India in the meeting, China got furious and after the meeting started spewing venom against India. China said that India is raising unreasonable demands, which is causing difficulties.

India-China border dispute
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India and China held the 13th round of Corps Commander-level military talks on Sunday after nearly two months to de-escalate tensions along the LAC near eastern Ladakh. The meeting lasted about eight and a half hours. According to the information, in this meeting, as soon as China was asked to withdraw from India, China got furious over it and started spewing venom against India. China said that India is raising unreasonable demands, which is causing difficulties. China said that your such demand will increase the dispute further.

Indian side will not miscalculate situation: China
Issuing a statement, the Chinese military said that during the 13th round of Corps Commander-level meeting on Sunday, India insisted on unreasonable and unrealistic demands, after which it is becoming difficult to move forward the talks. China hopes that the Indian side will not mis-assess the situation in any way, will provide all possible help in resolving the dispute arising in the border areas, follow the relevant agreements and work honestly between the two countries and the two armies.

India said – neither China is listening to us, nor is it giving any solution itself
According to the army, the Indian side gave constructive suggestions to resolve the issues of the disputed areas, but the Chinese side was not agreeable to it nor did it give any solution itself. So this meeting was fruitless.

talks focused on the withdrawal of troops
According to military sources, the main thrust of the talks on Sunday was focused on the withdrawal of troops from Patrolling Point 15 (PP-15). No official statement has been issued regarding the talks. The talks from the Indian side were led by Lt Gen PGK Menon, who is the commander of the 14th Corps based at Leh. India has been consistently emphasizing that the resolution of the issues of Depsang, Hot Spring and Gogra in eastern Ladakh is necessary to improve relations between the two countries.

13 rounds of meetings have been held in one and a half year
Let us inform that 13 rounds of meetings have been held during the ongoing tension for the last one and a half years on the LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh. During this time, there has been disengagement in the Finger Area of ​​the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Kailash Hill Range and Gogra areas, but tension is still going on in Hot Spring, Demchok and Depsang Plains.

A few days ago, China tried to infiltrate again
About 10 days ago, there was a skirmish between the troops of both the countries in Yangse of Tawang in Arunachal and Indian soldiers forced the Chinese soldiers trying to infiltrate to withdraw.

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India and China held the 13th round of Corps Commander-level military talks on Sunday after nearly two months to de-escalate tensions along the LAC near eastern Ladakh. The meeting lasted about eight and a half hours. According to the information, in this meeting, as soon as China was asked to withdraw from India, China got furious over it and started spewing venom against India. China said that India is raising unreasonable demands, which is causing difficulties. China said that your such demand will increase the dispute further.

Indian side will not mis-assess the situation: China

Issuing a statement, the Chinese military said that during the 13th round of Corps Commander-level meeting on Sunday, India insisted on unreasonable and unrealistic demands, after which it is becoming difficult to move forward the talks. China hopes that the Indian side will not mis-assess the situation in any way, will provide all possible help in resolving the dispute arising in the border areas, follow the relevant agreements and work honestly between the two countries and the two armies.

India said – neither China is listening to us, nor is it giving any solution itself

According to the army, the Indian side gave constructive suggestions to resolve the issues of the disputed areas, but the Chinese side was not agreeable to it nor did it give any solution itself. Thus, this meeting remained fruitless.

talks focused on the withdrawal of troops

According to military sources, the main thrust of the talks on Sunday was focused on the withdrawal of troops from Patrolling Point 15 (PP-15). No official statement has been issued regarding the talks. The talks from the Indian side were led by Lt Gen PGK Menon, who is the commander of the 14th Corps based at Leh. India has been consistently emphasizing that the resolution of the issues of Depsang, Hot Spring and Gogra in eastern Ladakh is necessary to improve relations between the two countries.

13 rounds of meetings have been held in one and a half year

Let us inform that 13 rounds of meetings have been held during the ongoing tension for the last one and a half years on the LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh. During this time, there has been disengagement in the Finger Area of ​​the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Kailash Hill Range and Gogra areas, but tension is still going on in Hot Spring, Demchok and Depsang Plains.

A few days ago, China tried to infiltrate again

About 10 days ago, there was a skirmish between the troops of both the countries in Yangse of Tawang in Arunachal and Indian soldiers forced the Chinese soldiers trying to infiltrate to withdraw.

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