July 11, 2020

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India gives its army “total freedom” to take border protection measures following clash with Chinese troops

Indian Prime Minister Narenda  Modi held a meeting with the leaders of his country’s main political parties on Friday to address the situation following the violent confrontation with Chinese troops in the  GalwanValley inIndia’s  Ladakhregion on Mondaynight. According to the Indian Army, 20 of its military died in the incident. Faced with the facts, Modi has assured that his government has given the Army “total freedom” to “take corrective action” and stressed that “the Armed Forces leave no stone unturned to protect the country.”

“Whether by deployment, action or counter-action,I assure you that our forces in the Indian Army, Navy and Air Force are doing everything they can to protect the country. We have given them every freedom to take corrective action. Today we have the ability for no one to see an inch of our land. Indian forces are able to move together even in different sectors now,” said the Indian leader during the virtual meeting, quoted by India  Today..

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“India wants peace and friendship, but the issue of its sovereignty is supreme,” he said. “While, on the one hand, we have allowed the defence forces to take the measures they deem appropriate, on the other hand, we have also transmitted our resolution to China through diplomatic means.”

“Due to newly built infrastructure, our patrol capacity has increased, especially on the Current Control Line (LAC). Because of this, surveillance has increased and we are informed about activities in the LAC on time. Our soldiers can monitor and respond in areas that were neglected before,” Modi added. “The tension has increased now, as we are interrogating every person in every corner and corner, which was not the case before.”

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For his part, china’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijianannounced this June 17 at a press conference that Beijing and New Delhi “agree to resolve” border tensions in the Himalayas “through dialogue and consultation and make efforts to alleviate the situation and safeguard peace and quiet in the border area.”

Zhao added that China filed “strong protests” to New Delhi in connection with the recent border incident. “Once again, we ask the Indian side to act on our consensus, strictly discipline its frontline troops so that they do not cross the line, do not make provocations and do not take unilateral measures that may complicate the situation.”

China and India are holding open disputes over territories within the Himalayas and faced off in 1962 in a month-a-month border war, which left more than 10,000 dead and culminated in Beijing’s victory

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Late last May, Beijing and New Delhi strengthened their military presence in disputed areas along the 3,488-kilometer unmarked border between the two nations after on May 5, soldiers from the two nuclear powers clashed on the shores of Lake  Pangong  Tso  on the Tibetan plateau

The previous escalation between the two countries was recorded in 2017, when China began building a road on the Doklam Plateau that led to threats of war that ended in punches and stones between soldiers of both armies, until both nuclear powers agreed to withdraw their troops from the site at the end of August 2017

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