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Big statement of the Ministry of External Affairs, China is continuously deploying troops and military equipment in the border areas

The Indian Foreign Ministry has responded to the remarks made by the Foreign Ministry of China regarding the situation in Eastern Ladakh.

ladakh News: The Ministry of External Affairs said on Thursday that the neighboring country of China is continuously deploying troops and military equipment in the border areas. Regarding the ongoing standoff on the eastern Ladakh border, the Ministry of External Affairs said that as a result of China’s provocative behaviour, trying to unilaterally change the status quo, there has been a breach of peace in the areas along the LAC in eastern Ladakh. The Ministry of External Affairs said that in response to the activities of China, the Indian Armed Forces have also had to make appropriate counter-deployments. “We hope that the Chinese side will work towards an early resolution of the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh,” the Ministry of External Affairs said.Also Read – Bhabanipur ByPoll Update: Election ‘peaceful’ in West Bengal’s Bhawanipur assembly seat, around 53% voter turnout

In fact, the Indian Foreign Ministry has responded to the remarks made by the Foreign Ministry of China regarding the situation in Eastern Ladakh. Recently, China’s Foreign Ministry once again blamed India behind the situation of tension in Eastern Ladakh. Also Read – IPL 2021, SRH vs CSK: Chennai Super Kings enter playoff with glory

In response to which the ministry said on Thursday that we completely reject such statements. It was China whose provocative behaviour, unilateral attempts to change the status quo and violation of bilateral agreements created problems between the two sides along the LAC (Line of Actual Control) in eastern Ladakh. Also Read – Weather Forecast Delhi: When will it rain now in Delhi, Meteorological Department has given the latest update

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