Indian and Chinese militaries are holding a second round of senior military-level talks on Monday in an attempt to lower the temperature following the violent clashes in Galwan Valley last week in which 20 Army personnel were killed in action.
Subsequently, the Prime Minister's Office clarified that Mr. Modi had specifically talked about the area where the Chinese and Indian troops had clashed and how, because of the fearless act of the Army, the Chinese attempt was foiled.
Quoting Chinese military observers, the Global Times said, that "an escalated, large-scale military conflict involving main Chinese troops, if that were to happen, would mean all out war just like the war in 1962, with very disproportionate casualty figures unfavourable to India". "The pressure on [Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi] to respond in some fashion will be really significant".
Zhao accused India of violating the agreement the two countries had reached on June 6 regarding the LAC, calling it a "deliberate provocation" on New Delhi's part.
The military commanders will also seek to ensure that the Galwan Valley-type clashes don't occur anywhere on the borders.
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The Galwan River is located around 25 miles from The Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border between India and China. The soldiers threw punches and stones at each other and the Chinese troops allegedly used rods and nail-studded clubs during the fight that lasted for hours until midnight on Monday.
"They are not in accordance with China's own position in the past". The Prime Minister must always be mindful of the implications of his words and declarations on our nation's security as also strategic and territorial interests, Singh said. Army sources said the Indian side would continue to insist that troops return to April locations.
According to reports in the Indian media, 76 Indian soldiers were also wounded in the clash.
"Does the government not receive, on a regular basis, satellite pictures of the borders of our country?"
Reportedly, Colonel Santosh Babu-who was also martyred in the clash-took a party of 40 men to oversee disengagement along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Galwan Valley after peace talks.
"Nobody has intruded into our border, neither is anybody there now, nor have our posts been captured", Modi said in televised comments that followed a meeting on Friday with top opposition leaders to discuss the crisis.