New Delhi: Commander-level talks have been held several times between India and China to reduce tension on the Line of Actual Control / LAC. India has raised the issue of construction activities by the Chinese Army in the Depsang plains and Daulat Beg Oldie Area, amid continuing discontent between the armies of the two countries. India is negotiating with China on several levels including diplomatic and military levels. Special representatives of both countries, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and their Chinese counterparts, have held talks on LAC to resolve the issue of military construction.
Sources told, ‘During the recent talks, the Indian side told China that under the guise of a military exercise, they had prepared a large number of munitions with a large deployment of troops on the LAC in eastern Ladakh. Which can be detected through commercial satellite. ‘ He said that the Indian side has objected to the issue of sugar buildup and construction activity in the plains of Dapsang and the DOB sector. The Indian side also raised the issue of obstructing the patrolling of the Indian Army from the Petroling Point 10 of the Chinese Army. Sources said that Petroling Point 13 is heavily involved in construction work.
After several rounds of discussion, both sides agreed
The Indian side was discussing the displacement process at four points, including Galvan Valley (PP-14), PP-15, Hot Springs, Gogra and Finger Area, before prominently raising the Depsang issue. After several rounds of discussion, agreement was reached on both sides. After which the Chinese army retreated. Under which both the parties returned to their old position, so that no new petrol zone could be created. So that they are not face to face in the finger area or any area like May 18. Violent clashes like the Galvan Valley of 15 June could not happen again. In which both sides had to lose their lives.