The military commander-level talks were held for the first time in Moldo, China, after a violent clash in Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh, but it did not yield any concrete results. However, India has steadfastly stated that the situation along the entire Line of Actual Control (LAC) will continue to be critical at Galvan, Pangong Tso and Hot Spring until the situation is restored before May 2.
Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh has also informed his Chinese counterpart Major General Liu Lin of the change in protocol on the border. India has made it clear that anywhere on 3500 km long LAC, if a violent violent situation arises from China, the commanders present there will use the weapon in self-defense.
According to sources, the lieutenant general made it clear that it is the responsibility of China not to let the situation on the border become violent, otherwise the situation may worsen. As of now, the next conversation is likely to take place this week with no result. On the other side of Chushul in eastern Ladakh, China took the initiative for this conversation in Moldo, China.
At the same time, according to sources, China is not ready to accept that India is building roads in its territory and it will not back down until India stops this construction. Earlier on June 5, the same conversation was held at the same place with the Corps Commander, in which it was agreed to withdraw both forces from Galvan Valley. According to sources, during this conversation on Monday, a large number of forces were deployed on both sides.