Indian army chief of staff inspects Indian army’s combat readiness in the Sino Indian border confrontation

At the end of August, the Indian army illegally crossed the border between China and India again, provoking tension. Indian army chief of staff manoi narawani launched a two-day inspection of Lecheng in Indian controlled Kashmir on the same day, Indian media reported on the 3rd. He will review the situation of troops in India’s actual control line area and the status of local strategic infrastructure projects. India’s New Delhi TV station quoted an Indian military source as saying that naravani will listen to the front-line commander on the ground situation along the actual line of control between China and India, and will inspect the combat readiness of the Indian army after a confrontation with China for more than three months. < p > < p > naravani was officially appointed chief of staff of the Indian army in January this year, and is the highest ranking officer in the Indian army. From 2018 to 2019, he served as commander of the Indian army’s eastern theater, covering the disputed border areas between China and India. < p > < p > according to the Indian Express, a day ago, the chief of staff of the Indian air force, badaluria, visited the Eastern Air Force headquarters in West Bengal to listen to the combat readiness reports of combat units. India is ready for a long-term confrontation with China in the so-called “Ladakh region”, India will expand its military deployment in the region and allow it to use all means to “stop” China, Indian government sources said at a high-level meeting on the 1st. < / P > < p > on August 31, senior colonel Zhang Shuishui, spokesman of the western war zone, issued a line talk day on the Sino Indian border situation. The Indian army destroyed the consensus reached in the previous multi-level talks between the two sides, illegally crossed the line again and occupied the area near the South Bank of Bangong Lake and the pass of reqin mountain, openly provoking and causing border tension. India’s move seriously infringes upon China’s territorial sovereignty, seriously undermines the peace and stability of the Sino Indian border area, and is treacherous. China strongly opposes it. We solemnly request the Indian side to immediately withdraw its illegal cross line forces, strictly control and restrain the front-line forces, earnestly abide by its commitments and avoid further escalation. The Chinese army is taking necessary measures to deal with the situation, and will closely follow the development of the situation and resolutely safeguard China’s territorial sovereignty and peace and stability in the border areas. At a regular press conference on the 2nd, foreign ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said that since the beginning of this year, India has repeatedly violated the agreements and important consensus between the two sides in the western section of the Sino Indian border, trying to change the status quo by unilateral force, undermining peace and stability in the border area and causing tension in the border area. The responsibility lies entirely with India. China has exercised great restraint to prevent the situation from expanding. At present, the two sides are maintaining communication through military and diplomatic channels. China urges India to strictly restrain its front-line forces, immediately stop all provocative actions, immediately withdraw all illegal cross line personnel, and immediately stop any actions that lead to tension and complication. It is hoped that India and China will go hand in hand, earnestly implement the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries and the agreements signed by the two sides, and make practical efforts to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas. The Hindustan Times reported that on September 3, Indian Foreign Minister sujiesheng said in a speech at a think tank event that to solve the deadlock of the actual line of control between China and India, it is imperative to reach a reconciliation with China through diplomatic channels. “The two sides should not change the status quo of the border. What happens now will have an impact on Sino Indian relations.”.