‘Not conceded any territory’, Defence Ministry responds to Rahul’s allegation

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‘Not conceded any territory’, Defence Ministry responds to Rahul’s allegation 

The Ministry of Defence on Friday stated that assertion that Indian territory is as much as Finger four in Pangong Tso space in Jap Ladakh is categorically false. The ministry reiterated that India has not conceded any territory on account of settlement with China.

“Even the Line of Precise Management (LAC), as per the Indian notion, is at Finger eight, not at Finger four,” the Ministry of Defence stated. “India has persistently maintained proper to patrol as much as Finger eight, together with in present understanding with China,” it added.

In keeping with the ministry, everlasting posts of either side at north financial institution of Pangong Tso are longstanding and well-established.

“Not conceded any territory, quite the opposite, has enforced respect for LAC, prevented any unilateral change in the established order,” it stated.

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The clarification comes within the wake of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s cost that Defence minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday “sheepishly” made an announcement on the LAC scenario within the Parliament and it emerged that Indian troops at the moment are going to be stationed at Finger three. 

He claimed that Finger four is India’s territory and that’s the place “our publish was once”. 

“Now we have now moved from Finger four to Finger three. Why has Prime Minister Modi given up Indian territory to the Chinese language. That is the query that must be answered by him and the Defence minister,” he stated.

Earlier on Thursday, Defence minister Rajnath Singh informed Parliament that India and China have agreed for disengagement in japanese Ladakh. In keeping with an announcement made by Singh, the 2 Asian giants have agreed for disengagement within the North and South financial institution of Pangong lake in japanese Ladakh that mandates either side to stop ahead deployment of troops in a “phased, coordinated and verifiable” method.

The implementation of disengagement settlement, he stated, began Wednesday in North and South Financial institution of Pangong lake.

The border standoff between the Indian and Chinese language militaries erupted in Could final yr following a violent conflict within the Pangong lake areas and either side progressively enhanced their deployment by speeding in tens of hundreds of troopers in addition to heavy weaponry at the same time as the 2 sides continued navy and diplomatic talks. India misplaced 20 troopers in violent conflict in Galwan valley in June whereas China misplaced round 45 troops. 

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