The eighth round of Corps Commander talks among India and China underway at Chushul.

The eighth round of Corps Commander talks among India and China underway at Chushul.

The Indian stand stays firm on complete separation across Eastern Ladakh. The eighth round of Corps Commander talks among India and China started at Chushul on Friday morning as a feature of endeavors to determine the stalemate in Eastern Ladakh progressing since early May. The discussions started at 9.30 a.m. on the Indian side at Chushul. The Indian stand stayed firm on complete separation across Eastern Ladakh.

The eighth round of Corps Commander talks among India and China underway at Chushul.

After the advancements on the South Bank of Pangong Tso on August when the Indian Army involved a few overwhelming highlights which were lying empty, China has been squeezing for examining South Bank first and other rubbing regions later.

This is the first round of talks with the Indian side drove by Lt. Gen. P.G.K. Menon who took over as the 14 Corps Commander on October 13. Lt. Gen. Menon has gone to the last two rounds of talks.

With no advancement in converses with settling the stalemate which has to progress since the first week in May, the two sides have made arrangements to keep up a huge number of troops and gear in extraordinary conditions in the high height winter. While the two sides had consented to “quit sending more soldiers to the forefront” and “abstain from singularly changing the circumstance on the ground” at the sixth round of talks, there has been no further advancement towards resolution.

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