China's latest moves to provoke India

Negotiation is the only way forward.China should sincerely engage with India to bring back peace along the border.

On Chinese military provocations at Ladakh's Pangong Tso, the foreign ministry said these actions were "aimed at effecting a unilateral change in the status quo".
Chinese troops engaged in provocation act at the south bank of Pangong Lake last Saturday night and again on Monday, since the Indian Forces where well prepared and where able to "prevent these attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo" at the Line of Actual Control, the Gov said.

Even the china has made a second attempt even as the ground commanders of the two sides were in discussions to de-escalate the situation.
The ground Commanders are still in discussion to resolve the situation in  the border.

Now the way ahead is negotiations, both through the diplomatic and military channels. The Indian side is firmly committed to resolving all outstanding issues through peaceful dialogue.
On Monday the Indian soldiers have where surround by Chinese soldiers who were trying to regain heights dominated by the Indian army. Chinese soldiers were warned not to proceed and a Chinese military commander in discussions with an Indian brigadier at the time was told to tell his forces to stand down to prevent any escalation.

After China's July 29 attempt was spoiled, the Chinese Embassy in Delhi, made a strong statement, said ''India's move has grossly violated China's territorial sovereignty, seriously violated relevant agreements, protocols and important consensus reached between the two countries.

The army has taken effective military control of the entire area till India's perception of the Line of Actual Control in the region.

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