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India, China to again hold talks in Chunsul to resolve standoff in Ladakh

The Indian military team, designated to discuss the resolution of the India-China standoff in eastern Ladakh with their Chinese counterpart, is in Chushul and the talks to resolve the border issues are expected to be held in next few days.

Sources have told India Today TV that a number of meetings are planned between the military leaders of India and China and the team is ready in Chushul for the talks.

The Indian military commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh had held talks with Chinese South Xinjiang Military District Commander Maj Gen Liu Lin at Moldo on Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on June 6.

On Monday (June 8), Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, in a meeting attended by the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) and the three services chiefs, was briefed about the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh sector by the Indian Army.

Rajnath Singh was briefed on the heavy Chinese military build-up and the situation thereafter, the talks between military commanders of the two countries in Moldo, sources said.

The defence minister was also briefed that the talks are going to continue with China to find a resolution at the earliest to the dispute where the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has amassed over 5,000 troops along the LAC, sources said.

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