Indo-China conflict: India adopts ‘Tit for Tat’ policy against China

Regarding the current situation, the Indian Armed Forces also submitted a blueprint of preparations to the PM Narendra Modi.

India has decided to increase the Air Force movement in Ladakh.

China also ordered its troops to be prepared for an operation.

New Delhi, 27 May: After six rounds of talks at the Commander level failed to ease the ongoing tension between India and China on Line of Actual Control (LAC), India is now in the mood to respond China in the same language.

Regarding the current situation, the Indian Armed Forces have also submitted a blueprint of preparedness to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Though, high-level Indian and Chinese military commanders tried to resolve the current conflict in eastern Ladakh on the LAC between May 22 and 23, but negotiations were inconclusive. Even after this, the commander-level talks were held four times but the problem remained the same as India and China remained firm on their respective interests.

After six Commander-level talks went in vain, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday sat down with the Chief Army of Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat and the heads of the three forces and brainstormed that compromise on maintaining the sanctity of India’s borders cannot be done, was decided. India believes in peace and is determined to protect its territory.

Even the Indian Defense Minister ordered that the Indian Army should not retreat even an inch but should be in more alert mode.

India has also decided to increase the airforce movement in Ladakh.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inquired about the deployment of LAC Indian troops and assured the Indian Army of full cooperation in view of Chinese tensions.

Actually the situation in Ladakh is ‘sensitive’ not ‘dangerous’. India’s strategic post is very close to the LAC, where India has recently deployed 6000 troops. Apart from this, a large number of soldiers are also present in other base camps.

After this, late on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the ongoing conflict between India and China over the border dispute in Ladakh, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and the heads of the three forces aad a meeting together.

However, on behalf of the three forces, a detailed report was given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the situation with China in Ladakh.

The Prime Minister also spoke to Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on this issue. The armed forces have also briefed the top political leadership on military options to deal with the situation on the China border and also presented a blueprint for the preparations of the forces to the PM.

Meanwhile, when the security meeting was going on in New Delhi, the Chinese President on the other hand asked his army to be ready for every situation to protect its sovereignty.

At the same time, Chinese soldiers have been ordered to be prepared for an operation.

The Indian Army said that we will continue to build infrastructure and road construction in the Indian territory with LAC. Despite Chinese objections, we had earlier set up several posts with LAC and Road Border Organization (BRO) had constructed 61 roads out of 73 strategic roads.

No attention paid to Nepal’s objections

On the other hand, Nepal started protesting on May 8 when the Kailash Mansarovar Marg was connected to the Lipulekh Pass at a height of 17,060 feet. Even issuing a political map and asserting its claim on the Lipulekh pass and Kalapani territory. After this, on May 15, when Army Chief General MM Narwane said that there is ‘someone else’s hand’ behind it, Nepal has become more agitated.

Although Nepal’s Ambassador to India submitted a request to the Ministry of External Affairs for an urgent meeting early last month but after the Army Chief’s statement, Nepal requested for a meeting again on May 21 but the Nepali envoy has yet to receive a date for meeting.

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