India continues to demand for China to withdraw its troops and restore status quo along the LAC in eastern Ladakh.
“The LAC is simply ot negotiable. Our Troops will remin forward deployed in eastern Ladakh till the Chinese soldiers withdraw”, said an officer.
A meeting led by national security advisor Ajit Doval, to formulate India’s future strategy came ahead of diplomatic talks.
5 rounds of top level military talks between the opposition corps commanders have failed to break thedeadlock in the stalled troop disengagement in Pangong Tso and Gogra.
While China wants to focibly push the LAC westwards, the military confrontation is into its 4th month now.
India also had adopted a hardline military position with a massive advance winter stocking exercise for its 30,000 soldiers in Ladakh.