New Delhi : Gen MM Naravane , Army chief will visit to Ladakh sector for the second time for a security review of sensitive leh border sector , where tensions have increased after a brutal clash between soldiers of the Indian Army and China’s Army in Galwan Valley.
On Monday , the commanders discussed development along LAC ( the line of Actual control ) and it is said that Army chief will leave for leh after the meetings with top generals on Tuesday.
#WATCH Delhi: Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane leaves for Ladakh. He will review the on-ground situation there with the 14 Corps officials and the progress in talks with the Chinese military. pic.twitter.com/DKvuXzrVLw
— ANI (@ANI) June 23, 2020
The meeting on Monday went on for almost 11 hours between delegations led by Lt Gen Harinder Singh, Commander of 14 crops and Maj Gen liu lin , Commander of PLA’S South Xinjiang military region.
Tensions peaked in the aftermath of the June 15 skirmish. It was the first deadly conflict between Indian and Chinese soldiers along the Line of Actual control in 45 years. While the army lost 20 soldiers, the PLA’s casualties were more than twice .
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