According to the report of news agency, this incident is from the pasture near Demchok. After this, a meeting was also held between Indian and Chinese soldiers on 26 August regarding this matter. The matter was resolved only in the meeting held between the soldiers of both the countries.
New Delhi: The dispute between India and China (India-China Border Dispute) continues in Ladakh. Now the case of Chinese soldiers stopping Indian shepherds has come to the fore in Demchok near LAC. This matter is being told on August 21. According to the report of news agency ANI, this incident is from the pasture near Demchok. After this, a meeting was held between the Indian Army and Chinese soldiers on 26 August. The matter was resolved only in the meeting held between the soldiers of both the countries.
The dispute between India and China in Eastern Ladakh started in April-May 2020. After this, there was a violent clash between the soldiers of India and China in Galvan on 15 June. In this, 20 Indian soldiers were martyred. China also suffered heavy losses in this clash. However, after a long time, China accepted the death of four soldiers.
After this violent clash, both countries increased the deployment of soldiers on the border in eastern Ladakh. About 50-50 thousand soldiers have been deployed from both sides. Apart from this, a large number of weapons were also deployed. However, after several rounds of talks, both the countries withdrew their forces from Pangong and Gogra last year.
Its relations with India are at their lowest level since April 2020 due to China's unprovoked actions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) at several places in eastern Ladakh. Despite several agreements and existing arrangements between the Ground Forces, 15 Corps Commander level talks and diplomatic and political level talks, neither such incursions could be averted nor resolved completely. India has effectively responded to Chinese actions in the LAC as well as in the interior areas.
As a result, more than 50,000 troops have been deployed in these areas from both sides. Due to this escalation, there is a huge expenditure on the maintenance of our defence forces deployed in High Altitude Areas (HAA). Comparatively, China is also spending big for its needs.