India awaits Chinese PLA repeal in Ladakh, 'casual' not allowed

Border tensions in eastern Ladakh have reached a level with India, and China is looking for the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to withdraw and disarm its soldiers along the 1,597-kilometer-long Line of Actual Control (LIC) in the west - its fulfillment. June 6 commitment to differentiation. Area.

In the Ladakh sector, the two armies are locked in a forward military posture, with two of the four standoff points being somewhat military alert, but somewhat offensive.

"The border situation is dynamic and the PLA should unilaterally restore the status quo after the PLA unilaterally tried to change the ground situation last month with current agreements and confidence-building measures," said a senior official.

The Narendra Modi government is very clear that the PLA has not set a new normal on the LIC and wants the PLA to return to its former positions to maintain peace and tranquility at the border and restore bilateral relations. It is also considering the time the PLA has taken to restore the status quo since it is an exercise in perfection.

Both sides are considering the physical verification of the PLA's move with India to diplomatic and military lines before any positive announcement is made. With the completion of the Daruk-Shyok Daulat Beg Oldi (DSDBO) highway, Indian Army engineers are now patrolling posts to the roads so that troops are capable of responding to unilateral action across the border. Go up.

China responded by deploying surface-to-air missiles at Aksai Chin in May, as well as 3,488 kilometers of LIC with long range weapons. Along with China, the Indian army is also looking into Pakistan's currency in occupied Gilgit-Baltistan.

While many Western strategists have said that India is seeking help from its ally, the United Nations, when the red flag is raised, Narendra Modi's state of mind is to go alone with enough force to halt any action by the opposition. The Indian Army is deployed in air, land and sea with submarines patrolling the deep sea and ready for any preventive action.

However, national security planners believe that PLA commander-in-chief Xi Jinping and Western Theater commander Zhao Jong will have a better understanding as there is no conflict.

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