LAC Standoff: No Concrete Solution Found In 16th Round Meeting India China Agreed To Maintain Stability On LAC ANN

India China Relations: In the 16th round of meeting between India and China, no concrete solution has been found to resolve the disputed areas. After 24 hours of the meeting, both the countries issued a joint statement and agreed to maintain the stability on the LAC and to carry forward the dialogue.

The Indian Army issued a statement late on Monday evening and said that after the meeting of March 17, both the countries (India and China) will maintain peace and stability in the eastern Ladakh area of ​​the Western Sector i.e. Line of Control (LAC). agreed upon. Both countries have agreed to maintain contact and maintain dialogue through diplomatic channels including military. Apart from this, they have also agreed to work on mutually acceptable solutions to resolve the disputed issues at the earliest.

12 hour long meeting
The Corps Commanders of both the countries held an important 12-hour long meeting on Sunday amid the ongoing conflict between the Air Forces of India and China in the airspace of the LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh. To resolve the disputed areas of the LAC, this meeting of the 16th round was held on the Indian border at Chushul-Moldo meeting point in eastern Ladakh.

On the Indian side, the commander of the Leh-based 14th Corps, Lieutenant General Aninday Sengupta, took part, while the Chinese side, Major General Yang Lin, the head of the Southern Tibet Military District, led his country’s delegation.

PP No. 15 The main issue
This meeting was specially called for disengagement at Patrolling Point (PP) No. 15 of LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh. On PP 15, one platoon each of the two countries is face to face for the last two years. According to the information, apart from PP 15, the matter of settlement of disputed areas like Depsang Plain and Demchok was also raised by India.

Last month, China did a major air-exercise in the Aksai Chin area. During this, Chinese fighter planes had reached very close to India’s airspace. During that time the Indian Air Force ‘scramble’ the fighter jets from its air base in Ladakh.

India lodged a protest
According to the information, in Sunday’s meeting, India had also lodged a protest with China for violating the airspace. After the maneuvers of the Chinese Air Force, the Indian Air Force has increased its air patrolling in the airspace of LAC adjoining Eastern Ladakh.

India and China issued a joint statement 24 hours after the meeting ended. The statement said that taking forward the meeting held on March 11 this year, both the countries continued discussions on March 17 in a constructive and forward-looking manner to resolve the relevant issues in the western-zone of the LAC i.e. Eastern Ladakh. The Military Commanders of both the countries exchanged their views keeping in mind the guidance given by the politicians of both the countries to work for the earliest resolution of the disputed issues.

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