Union Home Minister, Amit Shah has said the government is carrying all practical military and diplomatic efforts to settle the ongoing border standoff in Ladakh with China and is devoted to safeguarding the freedom and security of the nation.
Amid the ongoing standoff with China in Ladakh, Amit Shah said that the Modi government is fully aware to protect every inch of land in the nation and no one can invade it. Shah also said that the Government is carrying all possible military and diplomatic efforts to settle the deadlock with Ladakh in China. Shah said, ‘We are vigilant about every inch of our territory, no one can capture it. Our defense forces and leadership are eligible to conserving the sovereignty and boundary of the country.’
His remarks came days after Chinese President Xi Jinping said to troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to be ready for battle amid persistent tensions with India in eastern Ladakh.
On 13th October, the seventh round of talks between Indian and Chinese diplomats and military authorities was held. which kept going over 12 hours. A day after the seventh round of talks between senior military leaders at Chushul India and China said in a joint press statement that the two sides have consented to proceed with their exchange to show up at a commonly adequate answer for early separation in the eastern Ladakh theater.
They said they had a superior comprehension of one another’s situations in the delicate area after the most recent round of talks, even as the borderline is in its 6th month, and endeavors to withdraw and de-raise have made no achievement. The different sides had an earnest, top to bottom and useful trade of perspectives on separation along the Line of Actual Control in the western area of India-China fringe territories.
They were of the view that these conversations were positive, productive, and had improved comprehension of one another’s positions, said the announcement. Shah was additionally inquired as to whether India should change its approach towards Tibet and Taiwan in a blow for blow reaction to China’s case on Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.
It’s wrong to talk about this here. It’s an extremely intricate issue with extensive ramifications. Both nations have sent more than 50,000 officers in LAC with a highly advanced weapon in eastern Ladakh.