Indian Army Gains Upper Hand In The Fight Against China In Ladakh
Indian security forces gave a benefitting reply to the Chinese army after they repeatedly tried to invade the Indian territories in Ladakh.
For four months, China has been needling India, giving rise to border disputes. First India and China had a fierce face-off in Sikkim and then border tensions began to mount in Ladakh provinces. The Chinese troops continuously tried to invade Indian lands and this week China even fired shots at the border. However, Indian security forces have always managed to give a benefitting reply to the Chinese army. According to the latest reports from the Indian army officials, China is currently running out of options as the Indian Army has captured dominating heights close to Chinese positions in Ladakh and has gained an upper hand in this fight.
To discuss the border issue, military-level talks took place in Moscow between Indian Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar, and Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi. Previously, many rounds of discussion had taken place between India and China, but none of them gave promising outcomes.
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