Border dispute: india-china division-commander level talk likely to be on 6 june

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Talks between military representatives of India and China to resolve the ongoing deadlock in eastern Ladakh remained inconclusive. According to media reports, the next meeting will be held on 6 June, the division commander-level talks between the Major General rank officers were held on Tuesday afternoon but no result could be drawn.

Before the talks started, Northern Military Commander Lt Gen YK Joshi also reached Ladakh to review the ground situation. Sources said that there was no significant success in the meeting, due to which another dialogue between the military leadership of the two countries will be held on June 6. Indian Army Chief MM Narwane hopes that the solution to the deadlock will come out in military level talks.

Earlier too, several rounds of talks have been held between the representatives of the army of India and China, but there was no result in any. Meanwhile, China has sent a large number of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). In view of this, India has also increased the number of soldiers.

Since May 5, soldiers of the two countries have been facing each other at four locations on the LAC. Both sides deployed about a thousand soldiers at these places. Later additional kumuk was also sent.

The latest controversy arose from China's opposition to India building a special road in the Panggong Tso (lake) area of eastern Ladakh and a road connecting the Darbuk-Shyok-Daulat Beg Oldi road in the Galvan Valley.