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TheSnakeEatingMarkhur

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That expalins their insistence on Dialog now. Looks like the Maj Gen they fielded for 'discussions' turned out to be incomptent afterall.


We claim all of that area. Therfore yes, they have our territory.

Look at both statements and the the title.. you'll notice the amount of Bullsh*t there is in these statements..
 

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Totally wrong.
Take a good look at this map. China claims upto finger 4 and India claims upto finger 8. We're at finger 4. View attachment 680536

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Go read about your 1959 claim line..which you are now again claiming as your current boundary.


"The PLA, which has also strengthened its positions on the south bank of the lake, wants Indian soldiers to retreat to the Finger-2 area. "
 
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China claims up to Finger 2 both North of the lake as well as South of the lake.

India claims up to Finger 8 either side.

In North of the lake Chinese and Indians are sitting on Finger 4..cutting off Indian advance from Finger 4 to Finger 8.

In South of the lake ..Indians captured heights right up to Finger 8(were a straight line be drawn across the lake from Finger 8 on the north side).

Surrounding entire Chushul bowl ..not only capturing what China claimed as its own but even capturing area beyond India's max claim line ..at least on 7 points.
@rott this guy is brainwashed to believe whatever they feed him 🤣
 

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There are at least 10 patrolling points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh that have been blocked by Chinese troops, a senior government official told The Hindu.


Defence Minister Rajnath Singh informed the Rajya Sabha on Thursday that face-offs with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) happened because “patrols were interrupted.” There was no commonly delineated LAC and there was an overlap in LAC’s perception in many areas, he noted.


Also read: LAC standoff | Status quo on India-China border in eastern Ladakh after Jaishankar-Wang meet


The patrolling points (PPs) are the end points along the undefined LAC, up to which the Indian troops patrol after starting from their respective base camps..


Since April, Indian troops have been denied access to PPs number 9, 10, 11, 12, 12A, 13, 14, 15, 17, 17A. The blocked PPs span from the Depsang plains in the north to Pangong Tso (lake) in the south. In all, there are more than 65 PPs from the base of Karakoram to Chumar.


Also read: China’s LAC aggression, India’s obfuscation


“Since the LAC is undefined, the PPs are the best way to assert territorial claims. With that access blocked by the Chinese and as per the disengagement plans in the past few months when buffer zones were created, many areas have become out of bound for the Indian troops as of now,” said the official.

Untenable demands

Another official said that in the past, Chinese commanders had made untenable demands that India vacate an administrative post in Pangong and some heights near the Kurang nala.


Also read: India-China standoff casts shadow on Nathu La border trade


As per the disengagement plan agreed between the Corps Commanders of India and China on June 30, the two sides agreed to pull back from all the friction points and decided that “depth areas” such as the Depsang plains in the north, where China has amassed troops, will be looked into. However, so far the Chinese transgression at Depsang has not been discussed and in none of the government statements it finds a mention.


Also read: China accuses India of ‘firing warning shots’ and ‘serious military provocation’


As reported by The Hindu, about 1,000 sq. km. of surface area in Ladakh along the LAC is said to be under Chinese control, with Indian troops denied access to patrolling since early this year, the major part- 972 sq. km. lies in Depsang. Patrolling points 10-13, which have been obstructed, fall in Depsang.


The entire stretch along the LAC has witnessed “worrisome hardening of Chinese positions” since April-May, with China occupying a considerable area from Finger 4 to 8 near Pangong Tso. The distance between Finger 4-8, the mountainous spurs abutting the lake, is around 8 km. This was till now patrolled both by India and China as India’s perception of LAC ends at Finger 8.


“The areas currently blocked by the Chinese have always been patrolled by the Indian troops. In all the meetings so far, we have demanded the restoration of status quo ante before April,” said the second official.

Jaishankar, Wang meeting

After the foreign ministers of both countries – S. Jaishankar and Wang Yi, met in Moscow on September 10 and agreed on a five-point solution to ease the border tension, there has been no clarity on when the Corps Commanders will meet.


Since June, the Corps Commanders have met on five occasions- the latest one took place on August 2. The north and south banks of Pangong have witnessed firing in the air on multiple occasions since August 30, a first of its kind escalation since 1975.


On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers were killed in violent clashes with the Chinese.

You are quoting all Indian sources. Lol
 

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Of course as it its tradition with Indias victories we forgot our cameras to take some photos and to mark the supposed point of crossing on a map. 10 times we forgot. So unfortunately you cant verify this impressive achievement. But just believe us. 😂
 

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That expalins their insistence on Dialog now. Looks like the Maj Gen they fielded for 'discussions' turned out to be incomptent afterall.

You Indians are masters of fake news , information or realities. According to Harinder Baweja, a senior Indian journalist in the Indian newspaper Hindustan Times, the Chinese army entered several places in areas of Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim and Uttarakhand, up to 40 km from the Indian border. However, according to the newspaper, Chinese troops entering Indian territories have been withdrawing from these Indian territories.

Sorry to say , from Kashmir to Ladakh, Ahmedabad and Mumbai , more than 90% of Indian news or info have been proven false and fake.

 
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gobar times still warning or no
Isnt Gobar considered Holy in Bharat Mata??

 

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