Beijing New Delhi Major General meeting to resolve standoff. Focus on disengagement in Galwan Valley.
Major General Harinder Singh lead India China talks corps commander level talks.
Defence Minister asks top military brass to ensure strict vigil on Chinese activities around land border, airspace & sea
Indian troops were attacked on June 15 resulting in the death of 20 Indian soldiers, including a Colonel, at Galwan.
Following the escalation of violence on the border last week, India and China are scheduled to hold talks at the Corps Commander level on Monday to resolve the tension on the ground.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh yesterday held a high-level meeting with the Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and three service Chiefs on the situation in Ladakh.
Official Correspondent reports that after the review meeting, Armed forces were given full freedom to deal with any aggressive behaviour by China’s PLA along the LAC.
The meet also discussed adopting a different tactical approach in guarding the border with China henceforth. Top military brass were also told to ensure strict vigil on Chinese activities around land border, airspace and in strategic sea lanes.