India will face China tomorrow with Ladakh


Bengali Hunt Desk: India and China have been at loggerheads over Ladakh for the past month. And tomorrow there is going to be a meeting between the army officers of the two sides about that dispute. According to Indian Army sources, the meeting will be held in Moldo, China on Saturday morning.

General Officer Commanding of the 14th Corps of Leh, Lieutenant General Harinder Singh will lead India in this meeting. Major General Liu Lin will attend the meeting on behalf of China. Lin is the army commander of China's People's Liberation Army in southern Xinjiang.

The two sides have so far held at least 10 meetings between local commanders and three between general-level officials. Even then the meeting did not resolve any issues.

It is hoped that the two sides will focus on maintaining peace at the Pyongyang show and the Galwan base. The Indian delegation will insist on the implementation of the political guidelines issued by the two armies, similar to the decision taken at the unconstitutional summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Buhan in April 2016.

It is heard that both the parties are making efforts at the political level to overcome the stalemate. This is the biggest stalemate between the two sides after the Dokalam stalemate in 2016. After the conflict began last month, the Indian military leadership decided that the Indian army would be ready in all its forms to counter the Chinese military offensive in all disputed areas, including Pangyang Lake, Galwan Base, Demchowk and Doulat Beg.

Let me tell you, China objected to the construction of an important road in Ladakh by India. On May 5, about 250 Chinese troops clashed with Indian troops. And since then, the conflict between the two countries has been growing.