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China wants to keep the border issue alive, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey said on the ongoing tension in LAC

Army Chief General Manoj Pandey.

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Army Chief General Manoj Pandey has taken command of the Army about a week ago. He said that as a result of diplomatic and military talks between the two sides, troops were withdrawn on the north and south banks of Patrol Center 14 at Pangong Lake, Gogra and Galwan.

Army Chief General Manoj Pandey (Army Chief General Manoj Pandey) said on Monday that China (China) is the resolution of the boundary issue, but its intention has been to retain it. Simultaneously he emphasized that the limit (BorderBut Indian troops have been adequately deployed to deal with any situation. He said that the aim of the Indian Army is to restore the status quo before April 2020 and the soldiers posted on the border have been given guidelines to be firm in their work.

The Army Chief told a group of reporters that Indian troops are stationed at important places along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and the army is in a strong position to face any situation. He said that the basic issue is the resolution of the border. We see that China’s intention has been to uphold the border issue, we as a country need a ‘whole nation’ approach and in the military sphere, it is necessary to stop and counter any attempt to change the status quo on the LAC. have to compete.

Army Chief General Manoj Pandey has taken over the command of Army for about a week.

Army Chief General Manoj Pandey has taken command of the Army about a week ago. He said that as a result of diplomatic and military talks between the two sides, troops were withdrawn on the north and south banks of Patrol Center 14 at Pangong Lake, Gogra and Galwan. Along with this, he said that we hope to find a solution through dialogue in other areas as well. He said that our aim is to restore the status quo before April 2020.

The standoff in Eastern Ladakh started on 4-5 May 2020 and India has been insisting on restoration of the situation before the standoff. He said the aim is to establish trust and peace between the two sides, but it cannot be a one-sided affair. He said that our soldiers are staying at important places on the LAC. Also said that as far as the situation is concerned, the soldiers have been given guidance to remain firm in their work and stop attempts to change the status quo.

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Earlier this month, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey spoke to Nepal’s Army Chief General Prabhuram Sharma and stressed on strengthening bilateral defense cooperation. Nepal is important to India in terms of its overall strategic interests in the region and the leaders of the two countries have a centuries-old relationship of roti beti. Nepal shares a border of more than 1,850 km with five Indian states – Sikkim, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

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