Indian Army and Chinese Army: There has been news of border confrontation once again between India and China. Soldiers from India and China have come face to face near Pengong Lake in Ladakh.
According to the Indian Army, there was a clash yesterday between Indian and Chinese soldiers on petrol near Pengong Lake in Ladakh. The face-to-face of the soldiers of the two countries created a ‘face off’ situation. This information has been given by the news agency ANI.
The news agency ANI was quoted as saying by the Indian Army that the two armies met near the northern shore of the 134-km-long Pangong Lake.
Both countries increased their troops in the area. Till late evening, the struggle between the two continued. The conflict between the two countries calmed down when the delegation-level talks between the two countries took place.
Let us tell you that one third of this lake is under the control of China. According to sources, the incident happened when the Indian Army was patrolling along the border.
Then he was confronted with the soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army of China. Chinese troops protested the presence of the Indian Army, after which both sides were pushed.
According to the news agency ANI, soldiers from India and China came face to face at the northern end of Pengong Lake. However, after the delegation-level talks, the matter was settled. The incident between the soldiers of both the countries happened while the Indian soldiers were on patrolling. Let us know that the Government of India’s decision to make Ladakh a union territory has shocked China. There is also an atmosphere of tension in China and India on the case of Ladakh.
Significantly, earlier in the year 2017, there was a clash between the soldiers of both countries in the north shore area of Pangong Lake. Not only this, there have been reports of clashes between soldiers of India and China in Doklam too. In Doklam, there was a lot of conflict between the two soldiers. The soldiers of the two countries withdrew after standing in front of each other for nearly 70 days.
In fact, China had objected to the process of dividing Jammu and Kashmir into two parts by the Indian government. China had described India’s decision to separate Ladakh from Jammu and Kashmir and make it a union territory as “unacceptable”. However, the Indian government, while replying to China’s opposition, had said that it was India’s internal matter. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar had said that India does not comment on the internal affairs of other countries and expects the same from other countries.