China India Border facing intense situation

China India Border facing intense situation

The situation on Chinese-Indian border is stable but facing a little bit disturbances recently as china increased the number of soldiers near the border side of Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The number of troops increased recently but the situation is under control right now.

The Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande the situation on India China border is unpredictable but we are keeping a close eye on it. In Indian Army Day in New Delhi, the army chief said that china recently increased the number of troops near the border but we are taking over the situation.

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Controlled situation on border

General Manoj Pande said that we have an equal number of troops on our side, the situation no northern side of border is same. Our soldiers are ready to deal with any kind of situation on Line of Actual Control (LAC). Our brave soldiers are in perfect form to defeat any kind of evil attack from opposite side of border.

He also added that Indian army talked on five or six issues with Chinese military on same table, the issues resolved are at military and diplomatic level, and despite of all the deals we are ready to deal with any contingency to protect our state from any kind of attack.

 Since May 2020, the two countries are facing tough situation on attached border, the de facto border of china, and ladakh border of Indian occupied Kashmir. In June 2020, 20 Indian and 4 Chinese soldiers were killed in border attack.

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The Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pande said that the tensions between both the states is at ease after some table conferences and also the ceasefire situation with Pakistani border is also under control.

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