No progress with military talks, all eyes on diplomatic channels in Beijing

Written by Sushant Singh
| New Delhi |

Updated: June 2, 2020 8:25:15 am





“It is true that on the ground, we are firm, we are taking a firm ground posturing but we are proactively engaged with the Chinese leadership diplomatically,” he added.

As the stalemate between the armed forces of India and China at the disputed border in eastern Ladakh continues, all eyes are on the diplomatic talks taking place between the two sides in Beijing to achieve a breakthrough in the situation caused by the forward movement of Chinese soldiers into the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

“The matters happening at the border are serious, no doubt, and the government is seized of those matters. Let me tell you that this is not the first time these things are happening. In the past also, we have had certain tensions along the Indo-Tibetan border with China and both countries have mature leaderships to tackle them. They are engaged diplomatically,” BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said in an interview to BBC Hard Talk.

“It is true that on the ground, we are firm, we are taking a firm ground posturing but we are proactively engaged with the Chinese leadership diplomatically,” he added.

Many rounds of military talks between Indian and Chinese commanders…

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