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Your actions on LAC in violation of bilateral agreements, Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart

Your actions on LAC in violation of bilateral agreements, Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart

On Friday, Union Prime Minister Rajnath Singh and his Chinese Counterpart Wei Fenghe considered the ongoing border disputes and tensions at LAC in Ladakh. They have admitted to finding the solution through words. A statement has been released by the Defense minister Rajnath Singh which says ” The defence minister has elaborated the development along the Line of Actual Control including in the Galwan Valley of the western sector of the India-China Border Areas in the last a few months”.

RM insisted that the steps of the Chinese troop including a great number of troops, their harsh way and ventures to unilaterally alter the status quo were in the infringement of the two-sided ties.

On Friday, the two defence ministers set the meeting in the capital of Russia at the sidelines of SCO meet. The meeting between the duo began at 9:30 PM, IST and went over after two hours that witnessed the discussion over a border dispute.

Your actions on LAC in violation of bilateral agreements, Rajnath Singh tells Chinese counterpart

At the meeting, Rajnath Singh says that India has always been responsible for the management but one thing to be noticed is that there should be no doubt about their determination to preserve India’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.

It is the first political discussion on the border. Rajnath Singh and Wei Fenghe, both of the ministers are in Moscow to attend a joint meeting of Commonwealth of the Independent States, Defense Ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, and Collective Security Treaty Organisation.

On 15th June, around 20 Indian soldiers were killed on the disputes over LAC along with an unknown number of Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley. Due to the dispute between China and India, the Indian government has banned around 118 chines apps on September 2 while 59 were banned in June. Stay connected with us to get the latest updates from India and around the world.

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