India China Tension: Along with the resentment in India, now the demonstrations are being held near the Chinese embassies abroad
The three forces have been on alert since a bloody skirmish with the Chinese army in Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh. According to information from army sources, Major General-level talks between India and China have come to an end once again to reduce obstruction. However, earlier the negotiations between the two countries were fruitless. On the other hand, there is an atmosphere of anger across the country about this action of China. People are boycotting Chinese goods.
India China Tension Updates:
– Indian has completely rejected China’s claim to sovereignty over the Galvan Valley. India has said that this claim has been made unfair and exaggerated and is contrary to the agreement that was reached in the high level military dialogue between the two countries on 6 June. Reacting sharply to the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) claim, Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava on Thursday said that the claim was unfair and contrary to mutual consent.
According to news agency ANI, Major General level talks between India and China have ended after six hours. During the talks of the two countries, the accounts of the soldiers who clashed in the Galvan Valley on 15-16 June were kept on record and no soldiers disappeared in the clash.
– The Indian Army quoted the New York Times as saying that an article in the newspaper dated June 17, 2020, was written in ‘In Chine-India Clash, Two National Leaders with Little Room to Give’. In which it has been completely clarified that no Indian Army soldiers went missing.
– Between India-China border dispute and tension, the government has taken another major decision. This time the decision has been taken by the Railway Ministry. The railway venture Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation Limited has canceled the ongoing contract with the Chinese firm Beijing National Railway Research and Design Institute of Signal and Communication Company Limited.
– A lot is happening in the Galvan Valley right now. For the last 200 years, it has been with us (India) … not a war solution, but the matter should be resolved through dialogue: Amin Galvan, grandson of Ghulam Rasul Galvan, after whom the Galvan Valley is named.
– I pay tribute to the 20 soldiers who have died while protecting our borders. The people of Ladakh stand shoulder to shoulder with the Indian Army.