Post Quad summit, India-China military talks on LAC friction possible on April 9


The 11th round of Indian-Chinese military dialogue can take place on April 9 to complete the friction on the gograph-hot springs and restore pre-April 2020 status quo ante along the lines of 1,597 kilometers from actual control (LAC) in Ladakh East, people who are familiar with The problem said on Tuesday. The Indian army also wanted to resolve the old patrol problem at the Bulge Department because of friction in the area during the 2013 defense with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

Indian military commanders expect the 11 round of talks with China over the friction along the Line of Actual Control to be held on April 9
Indian military commanders expect the 11 round of talks with China over the friction along the Line of Actual Control to be held on April 9

“The dialogue is likely to take place on Friday (April 9) but confirmation is still awaited from the PLA side,” said a senior official. However, he insisted that there was no delay in the Chinese side.

While the situation in both Bank Pangong Tso stable with PLA and the Indian Army will return to pre-April 2020, the Chinese army score is still to restore the status quo ante in the Gogrry-Hot Springs area, or Patrolling Points 15 and 17 according to the Indian military lexicon.

The last round of military talks to complete border tensions which began last May was held on February 20. This meeting stretched for 16 hours and ended with two sides agreed that the protection of the TSO panggang gave them “basic” to resolve extraordinary problems at the friction point in the “stable and orderly” way.

The commander of the Indian Army believes that the difference between the two parties in the Gogra-Hot Springs area is relatively a small problem compared to the transfer of views on the strategic height in both Bank Pangong Tang. But there was a recognition that the conversation could run well even though the army had approached a dialogue with an open mind.

The 11th military talks came when there was a growing concern in China about Quad security dialogue and efforts to raise pressure on Beijing to loosen Taiwanese and South China Sea relations.

The leaders of group four members of Quad Grouping – United States, India, Japan and Australia – held their first summit on March 12 to overcome concerns about Heft Economy and the Beijing Military which grew. The US-Chinese official meeting in Anchorage on March 18 also ended in adversely, explaining that there was no possibility of resurrection in the Bilateral Association of US-China in a hurry even though there was a change in the White House.

To add to Chinese concerns is a joint effort by power like France and Britain to expand their footsteps in Indo-Pacific and India play an important role in the region, especially in the Indian Ocean. Navies from French-Plus Quad countries have been in the midst of training in Bay Bay. With a French carrier strike troops led by the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier. French nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will participate in trilateral naval exercises along with India and the United Arab Emirates in very important Persian Gulf and Oman’s Gulf later this month.

Officials suggest unclearly this development will have an impact on military talks. With us and China accused each other from the Grand-Standing at the Anchorage meeting last month, PLA could harden his attitude or soften his attitude towards the resolution of the gograph hot springs. The Indian army, which has long been prepared for the long term at the friction point, also keeps tight at 3488 Km Lac because most stand-offs with PLA take place in April and maybe during training in Tibet and Xinjiang West Theater Command based in Chengdu.


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