Slamming China for its efforts to hold the country responsible for the standoff in eastern Ladakh, India on Thursday said that China is continuously deploying troops and military equipment in the border areas. The Foreign Ministry said that the Chinese military’s provocative behavior and unilateral attempts to change the status quo along the Line of Actual Control (ALC) have seriously disturbed the peace. The Indian Armed Forces have had to make appropriate counter-deployments in response to China’s action.
He said that China’s allegations have no basis and India expects the Chinese side to work towards resolving the remaining issues quickly, in full compliance with bilateral agreements and protocols. China has recently alleged that the root cause of tensions between the two countries is New Delhi’s follow-up policy and illegal encroachment on Chinese territory. India’s response has come in response to this.
Responding to questions from journalists on China’s allegations, Bagchi said that India has clarified its position on the matter a few days ago and has rejected such statements which have no basis. He said that the Chinese side has deployed a large number of troops, their provocative behavior and a unilateral attempt to change the status quo in violation of all our bilateral agreements has resulted in serious breach of peace along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh. happened.
The spokesman said that China has deployed a large number of troops and weapons in the border areas. In response to China’s actions, our armed forces had to make appropriate counter-deployments in these areas to fully protect India’s security interests. He also referred to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s message to his Chinese counterpart at a meeting in Dushanbe earlier this month. Since the standoff on the border began last year, India has blamed China’s provocative action for it. Several talks have also taken place between the two countries regarding the standoff.