There are reports of tension between India and China in Ladakh. According to media reports, some Chinese army tents were seen on the banks of the Galvan River. After this, India increased the deployment of the army here. Even during the 1962 war, this region of the Galvan River was a major center of warfare. In recent times, tensions have been seen here in both countries. Meanwhile, China has said that India has started this tension. But, we are sure that there will not be a situation like Doklam here.
Please tell that on May 9, there was a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Naku La sector of North Sikkim. At the same time, Chinese Army helicopters were seen near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. After this, the Indian Air Force also started patrolling with other fighter aircraft, including Sukhoi.
Delhi’s sharp eye
According to reports, in recent times, the Chinese government has been closely watching the activities of the LAC. China’s military activities and deployment have increased in the region. Given the situation, India has also increased military deployment. There have been frequent clashes in this area. This time the matter seems serious because it has been going on for about a week.
In 1962, China had encircled the post here
This region of the Galvan River was also special in the 1962 Indo-China war. There was a post of the Indian Army here, which was surrounded by Chinese soldiers. After this, the clash was turned into war. Last week, Army Chief MM Narwane said – you will be informed of any skirmish. There are 10 places where we interact every day. The situation here is the same as before. Occasional incidents occur in one or two places. This also happens when commanders are changed.
Watching air border violations
On Monday, Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria referred to China. He said, “Unusual activities took place there. We keep an eye on such incidents and also take necessary action. There is no need to worry too much in such cases. ” On May 9, there was a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Naku La sector of North Sikkim. At the same time, Chinese Army helicopters were spotted near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. After this, the Indian Air Force also started patrolling with other fighter aircraft, including Sukhoi.
China said – there will be no other doklam
In an article published on Monday in the Chinese government newspaper Global Times, India was blamed for tensions in the Galvan River (valley) region. The newspaper quoted the Chinese military as saying, “India has done illegal constructions in this area.” Because of this, China had to increase military deployment there. India has started this tension. But, we are sure that there will not be a situation like Doklam here. India is facing economic troubles due to Covid-19. He created tension in Galvan to divert public attention. China is in a strong position here. So, India will not let the situation deteriorate. ‘