India Chian News: Amidst the ongoing tension with China on the LAC adjoining eastern Ladakh, the Indian Army has issued an official statement making it clear that neither in the Galvan Valley nor in any other area since the disengagement agreement between the two countries in the month of February. There has been a clash. Neither the armies of both the countries have occupied any disputed area.
According to the Indian Army, both India and China are in talks to resolve the remaining disputed issues. Apart from this, the soldiers of both the countries are also doing patrolling in their respective areas. The Indian Army said in the statement that, when it comes to the ground, the situation remains the same.
The statement said that the Indian Army is monitoring all activities by the Chinese PLA Army, including the turnover of its soldiers. This statement of the Indian Army comes in the wake of media reports that in the month of April this year, the soldiers of India and China again clashed over a tent in the Galvan Valley. Apart from this, it was also said that both the countries have rejected the disengagement treaty in the month of February.