New Delhi: Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane will visit Leh and Kashmir to take stock of the ground situation this week.
General Naravane’s visit comes amid the heightened menace in jap Ladakh area the place over hundreds of Indian Army males have been deployed a number of metres away from the Line of Actual Control (LAC), following the bloody conflict with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) every week in the past.
The Army Chief will overview the drive preparedness as nicely the deployment throughout the Line of Actual Control with China and Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan. He is probably going to visit on Tuesday.
On Monday, corps commanders of the 2 nations’ navy met at Moldo to resolve the border points and ease the stress in jap Ladakh.
This is the second such assembly after the primary one passed off on June 6 to defuse the tensions.
The assembly between 14 Corps commander Lieutenant General Harinder Singh and South Xinjiang Military District chief Major General Liu Lin is occurring on the strains of the one they held on the Chushul-Moldo border personnel assembly (BPM) level in jap Ladakh on June 6.
The ground situation is risky in Ladakh, and Pangong Tso could be one other flashpoint after the Galwan Valley patrolling level 14 the place a barbaric assault was carried on Indian troops by the Chinese military on the night time of June 15.
At Pangong Tso, there’s an try of the PLA to alter the Line of Actual Control unilaterally. The extended tenting and a heavy presence of Chinese troops across the Pangong Lake, at a degree which has been underneath Indian management, has emerged to be the largest roadblock for a doable decision to the continuing tussle between India and China on the LAC.
The Chinese have constructed defences in a number of components between Finger four and Finger 8, which have been gray zones up to now. The Chinese motion in Pangong Lake is seen as an try to change the established order.
The Indian Army has additionally enhanced deployment within the Hot Springs, Demchok , Koyul, Fukche, Depsang, Murgo and Galwan.
After the June 15 violent conflict, through which 20 Indian troopers had been killed and the Chinese troops additionally suffered casualties, nothing has modified and issues proceed to be tense within the Galwan and Pangong Tso areas.
In the midst of the rising tensions, India is exploring all doable navy choices as a response, if the Chinese aggression continues.
India has additionally ramped up preparations on its facet alongside the 826-km entrance of the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh.