Ladakh: Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane reached Ladakh today (Thursday) to review the ongoing security situation along the LAC.
Naravane will be briefed by senior field commanders on the ground situation along the LAC.
General Naravane’s visit comes at a time when the border row between India and China is at its peak following Indian Army’s move to occupy the southern part of Pangong lake in Ladakh. Indian army also managed to occupy several mountain peaks which had been snatched away from India in the 1962 war, without firing a single shot.
Earlier, the army of India and China held Brigade Commander-level talks in Chushul with a focus on bringing down tensions in the Pangong lake area, sources said, adding similar dialogue on Monday and Tuesday, each lasting over six hours, did not produce any “tangible outcome”.