Indian Armed forces including the Army, Air Force and Navy have been asked to be in a full state of readiness in the aftermath of the Galwan incident which led to the killing of 20 Indian Army troops
NEW DEHLI: Indian Armed forces including the Army, Air Force, and Navy have been asked to be in a full state of readiness in the aftermath of the Galwan incident which led to the killing of 20 Indian Army troops.
As per Indian media reports, the radars of all three forces have been activated and Air Force has been asked to ramp up its surveillance of the Indo-Sino border. Naval warships have also been asked to move to strategic positions.
Indian Army and the Chinese PLA stand eyeball to eyeball in the Galwan Valley region of Ladakh.
In a bid to resolve the ongoing crisis in the Galwan Valley region of Ladakh, Major General level talks have begun between the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA). From the Indian Army, Major General Abhijeet Bapat of the Trishul Div will be speaking to his Chinese counterpart.
A strong message is likely to be conveyed to the Chinese about India’s stand in the Galwan region. The talks are reportedly taking place at the same ‘petrol point 14’ where the two armies indulged in a violent clash on Monday night.
this is the second round of Maj Gen level talks between the two sides. The stand-off between two of the world’s largest armies has been going on since last one month. After the clashes, the government has given the army emergency power to act on the LAC as they deem fit.