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India China: Chinese Proposed De-escalation

China proposed ‘de-escalation’ along the line of actual control or LAC that sources said is ‘unusual’. China willing offered to go back to Finger 8 in the North Bank of Pangong Tso area. But stressed India to move around from Finger 4 to between Fingers 2 and 3.

India concludes its territory extends right up to Finger 8, which establishes that India might not move back. It isn’t accessible to the state that India would withdraw to behind Finger 3. Moreover, there also stands a military site of India army.
Furthermore, Indian armies never get restricted in the area before May this year when the Chinese were at Finger 8.

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Instead, India made it clear that Chinese should go back to where they were in early May referring to Finger 8. As the Chinese moved first, they should be the one who take steps backwards.

Although there is a vast trust drought, would the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops stay at Finger 8 when India moved its troops back? There is no guarantee at all. 

End Of Peace Between India And China Relation 

The utopia situation between India and China ended in the month of May 2020. 5 May 2020 signify as the initiation of a face-off between the two nations. Chinese and Indian troops engaged in an aggressive face-off and clashes at locations along the Sino India border. It further including near the disputed Pongang Lake in Ladakh and the Tibet Autonomous Region and near the border between Sikkim and the Tibet
Autonomous Region. Following clashes also took place at locations in eastern Ladakh along the LAC.

May: A Big Challenge For India And China

In late May, Chinese forces opposed to Indian road construction in the Galwan River valley. According to Indian sources, clash on 15th and 16th of June 2020 resulted in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers and casualties of 43 Chinese soldiers. By July report emerged of disengagement at Galwan, Hot Springs and Gogra. India has retained that it will continue enhanced deployment of battalions even through winter if the disengagement process is not complete. Moving forward September 7 made a historical entry as after 45 years firing took place at the border. Soldiers of both the nation rise finger on each other.

India China: Chinese Proposed De-escalation

Moreover, the introduction of Rafale jet in Indian Air force on September 10 is signified as a significant boost to India’s air power capability at a time the country is engaged in a tense border row with China in eastern Ladakh.

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