Despite 13th round of Conversation with China, Threat of Violent Clashes like Galwan on LAC remains

So far, 13 rounds of conversation have been held between India and China at the military commander level to reduce the military tension arising on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the country's northwest to northeast
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So far, 13 rounds of conversation have been held between India and China at the military commander level to reduce the military tension arising on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the country's northwest to northeast, including eastern Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh. Recently, the 13th round of talks between the military officers of the two countries was held.

Despite this, the tension between the two countries still continues. The reason is that India does not have faith in the words of China. According to experts, the risk of violent clashes like Galwan Valley in other border areas of the country including eastern Ladakh still remains.

China has blamed India for the tension on the border

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Image Credit: Reuters

Experts say that in the future the possibility of confrontation on the LAC in eastern Ladakh may increase further. It is also possible that Beijing may not keep the talks regular. He says that India is not able to trust a lot about the disengagement plan since the deployment of the army from China on the border. On the contrary, China has blamed India for the tension on the border, saying that India's demands are 'unfair'.

Conflicts like Galwan may happen again in the future

According to a report, violent conflicts like Galwan may happen again in the future. In this report, it has been told the coming winter can be difficult for the Indian soldiers. Violent conflict on the border is possible once again in March-April 2022. China may also be seen changing its attitude.

Both the countries are working at three levels

Let us tell you that from April-May 2020, there has been tension between the soldiers of India and China in the Galwan Valley of Eastern Ladakh. Both the countries are working at three levels to resolve this. Talks with foreign ministers, diplomatic talks, and talks are being held at the military level. Along with all this, talks have also taken place between the top security advisers of both countries, but even after a lapse of more than 20 months, the matter does not appear to be resolved.

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