New Delhi: – China has finally, expressed willingness to withdraw its military from the Ladakh region, during the meeting of the senior military officials from both the countries. Despite this, the Indian Army is not willing to believe China, who has betrayed the Indian Army once. The Indian Army will closely monitor the withdrawal of the Chinese Military from Galwan Valley, Pangong Tso and Hot Spring regions. The Indian Army has warned that the tension in the region will be diffused, only after the complete withdrawal of the Chinese military from the region. But, India too, has taken a positive step to prevent the tension from escalating further, by postponing the visit of Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh, to Ladakh.
It has been reported China has agreed to withdraw its Military from Galwan Valley, Pangong Tso and Hot Spring regions. At the same time, China has agreed to create a buffer zone, near the Line of Actual Control, to ensure that there are no fights between the Indian and Chinese soldiers. But the Indian Army is not willing to believe in China. China does not implement the terms agreed during negotiations. Therefore, the Indian Army has warned that the tension in the region will not be defused unless there is the complete withdrawal of the Chinese military.
The Indian Army will monitor all the three regions, for a minimum period of 72 hours, after the complete withdrawal of the Chinese military. The Indian Army will any take a further decision, only after confirmation of the Chinese military withdrawal. Against this background, the Indian Army has not shown any laxity in its deployment state, on the Line of Actual Control. In the last 24 hours, there has been no change in the Indian deployment status and there are two divisions (20,000 soldiers) deployed in the region. At the same time, it is being reported that Air Chief Marshal RK Bhadausia called a meeting of his officers.
Meanwhile, the Global Times, consistently spewing venom against India, also has reported that the border dispute is being resolved amicably. The Indian foreign ministry also said that both the countries have concurred on not letting the dispute fester further. The aggressive decisions taken by India seems to have been the cause of this change of Chinese stand. India made China aware of the disastrous consequences of taking a spate of decisions, which would hit China hard, on the economic front. Therefore, the effects are visible and the change of Chinese stand indicates the same thing.