Negotiations between India and Chinese armed forces authorities to separate soldiers from key rubbing regions along their borders ended in a stalemate and neglected to ease a 17-month stalemate that sometimes led to dangerous conflicts.
The stalemate procedure means that the two countries have rescued soldiers in the foreground of Ladakh for a short consecutive winter at dangerously cold temperatures.
India’s security service said in a statement on Monday that it was giving “productive ideas”, but the Chinese side was “not pleasant” and “unable to make a forward-looking proposal”.
A Chinese military spokesman said;
“The Indian side insists on meaningless and unreasonable requests and poses challenges.”
The leaders of the two armies met on Sunday, after a two-month hole, on the Chinese side of the Ladakh region in Moldova.
The two nations have deployed a huge number of soldiers maintained by firearms, tanks and fighter jets along an agreed line called Actual Control (LAC).
Since February, the two India and China have removed soldiers from the north and south shores of Pangong Tso, the 42,000-meter cold lake, Gogra and the north and south shores of the Galwan Valley, but continue to keep pace with additional soldiers. as a feature of multilevel sending.
According to Indian press reports, soldiers have been add on in Demchok and Depsang Plains.
Sunday’s talks took place amid dissatisfaction expressed by the Chief of the Indian Armed Forces that he called the huge deployment of troops and weapons on the Chinese side.
“In fact, it is a matter of concern that the development of enormous powers has taken place and is constantly being built, and in order to support such developments, progress in the framework has also been adequate on the Chinese side,” General M Naravane said on Saturday. .
“So that means they (China) are there to stay. We’re watching the burden of progress nearby, but in case they stay there, we’re there too to stay,” he said.
According to the Chinese colonel of the Western Theater Command, Long Shaohua, “China’s conviction that it will protect its power is enduring, and China is confident that India will not misunderstand the circumstances.”
Temperatures in the border regions of Ladakh drop to -30 degrees Celsius (-22 Fahrenheit) around January. Teams from the two sides used to retreat to their usual summer stand, but began in May 2020 near the disputed border.
Last year, 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a conflict with Chinese officers, including clubs, stones and fisted hands along the disputed border. China says it has lost four fighters.
The LAC isolates the Himalayan regions from western Ladakh to eastern Arunachal Pradesh in India, which China fully claims. India and China run 3,500 km (2,200 miles) in dangerous conflict over the line in 1962.
Since the start of the stalemate last year, the Chinese have been building many huge climate-strengthening structures along the LAK in eastern Ladakh so that their soldiers can stay inside even during the colder part of the year. Indian media also reported on new helicopter runways, runway expansions, new garrison huts, new ground-to-air missile targets and radar areas.
Also Read: External inputs are develope