December 5, 2022

After the 20th Party Congress, would the PLA deal with East Ladakh?

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At the HT Leadership Summit last Thursday, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar made it abundantly clear that in order to mend otherwise strained bilateral relations, Beijing had to commit to previous border agreements and refrain from unilateral military action along the 3488 km long LAC.

The Chinese Army is gathered in occupied Aksai Chin with two additional divisions deployed, along with border guards division and support artillery-rocket elements on standby, and de-escalation is still to take place, according to Army Chief Gen. Manoj Pandey. The PLA may have disengaged from five out of seven fiction points on the 1597 km LAC, but de-escalation is still to take place.

China has disengaged from five out of seven fiction points on the 1597 km LAC. But de-escalation is still to take place as Chinese Army is packed up in occupied Aksai Chin. The 17th round of military talks assumes importance as this is the first bilateral meeting after the Chinese Communist Party congress. India and China are waiting for words to be translated on ground. There is no let up in PLA build-up along the East Ladakh LAC with Chinese Army strengthening military garrisons.

The 17th round of senior military commanders meeting expected to take place on November 20. India and China are waiting for words to be translated on ground. There is no let up in PLA build-up along the East Ladakh LAC. The only positivity that flows out of the 20th Party Congress is that Beijing and PLA Western Theatre Commander may be more politically flexible.

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