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Online Desk:WWNPlus Tensions have risen between India and China on the border of eastern Ladakh. India is talking about resolving the situat...

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Chinese army on the border, India gathering more troops and tanks on the border.


Tensions have risen between India and China on the border of eastern Ladakh.
India is talking about resolving the situation peacefully.

Last Tuesday, the Senior military commander of two countries set a meeting.

However, if the Chinese army does not withdraw from the border, the conflict will start.

Then India preparing themselves vigorously to deal with it.
After clashes with China on 15 Jun, India asked France to provide them some rifles and warplane immediately and six of the warplane will arrive next month.

Six T-90 missile tanks and a shoulder-to-shoulder anti-tank missile system have been deployed in Galwan.

The times of India reported yesterday,
The Indian Army decided to deploy T-90  tanks after it was confirmed that there would be armed members of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) on the banks of the Galwan River and increase the number of barracks.


Indian Government said that,20 Indian soldiers killed in the clash between India and China in the Galwan valley of east Ladakh on June 15.

After that incident, a meeting of high-ranking army Officer of two countries was held.

China has promised to remove the military base near the Control line, but they have not implemented it.

Meanwhile, Indian media reported that a third meeting between the corps commanders of two countries' armies has begun to reduce border tensions amid renewed tensions over the banning of several Chinese apps.
This time China claimed the territory of Bhutan as its own.

China has recently been embroiled in a bloody conflict with Indian troops in the Galwan Valley, which borders India-controlled Ladakh, over a dispute over ownership.

 The country now claims an area of ​​Bhutan as its own.

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