India reaffirms, not getting back from areas China intruded in Ladakh
Ladakh : India will remain firm on their decision to stay on the unresolved boundary in eastern Ladakh where Chinese troops have intruded and are obstructing Indian patrols despite the fact that New Delhi remains committed to a peaceful and diplomatic solution.
The top government sources have been quoted in a news report saying that India will continue to defend its interests resolutely, deploy appropriate resources and will also work towards a peaceful diplomatic solution over the matter.
This comes as an indication that India will stop Chinese intrusion along with LAC. India will soon resume border infrastructure construction activities derailed amid coronavirus lockdown.
Meanwhile, another batch of sources have said that India has always been very conscious over where the LAC is, China has been time to time violating the unresolved boundary, and the government “doesn’t know what their motives are”.
All the patrolling activities by Indian troops were being done well in their boundary.
“But despite that, the Chinese obstructed the Indian patrols. The two sides are engaged diplomatically both herein Beijing to address the issue, but there won’t be any compromise when it comes to defending our territory," a source said.