BJP MP from Ladakh, Jamyang Tshering Namgyal, has said that the dragon has taken over many areas of India amidst an escalation of LAC with China. The country has lost a lot of pasture (land that is grass-fed and used for grazing animals), where now our nomadic citizens cannot even return to their land in summer. China has also deployed military forces in these areas from above.
During an interview with ‘India Today TV’ , the BJP MP said, “This is not only happening in the Pangong Lake Chishul region but from Chumur, Demju to Dhumki to Pokaran. And, it is a very long area. Our nomads (Nomads) live in every area. In winter they come down, while in summer they move as the snow melts. “
He further said – we do not have many areas. We have already lost them because the nomads from China are sent forward. The Chinese soldier is then escorted to their safety. The people of the Indian Army and ITBP never want tension on the border, which prevents our people from moving forward.
‘These conditions are on the border despite PM Modi’s many visits to China’: Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel said on Saturday against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China in the backdrop of the ongoing deadlock with China in Ladakh. Despite this, we are seeing such situations on the border.
Patel tweeted, “When China has reclaimed our territory then it is necessary to mention the list of official visits to China. After 1947, Modi Ji is the only leader who visited China nine times. I went as Prime Minister five times and as Chief Minister of Gujarat four times. Manmohan Singh visited China twice, Nehru Ji, Rajiv Ji, Narasimha Rao Ji, and Vajpayee Ji once each.
India-China forces withdrawing in a phased manner- Army Chief: Army Chief General MM Narwane said on Saturday that military talks between India and China on East Ladakh dispute have been very profitable and both armies are withdrawing in phases. Which starts from the Galvan Valley. This statement is the first official confirmation of the mutual withdrawal of troops from the region. The army chief also said that the situation on the country’s border with China is fully under control.
He expressed confidence that the ongoing dialogue between the two countries will resolve all differences regarding the border. General Narwane was talking to reporters on the sidelines of the passing out parade of the Indian Military Academy here. “Both sides are moving in a phased manner,” he said. We started it from the north, the region of Galvan River. We had a very meaningful conversation. And as I said it will continue and the situation will improve further.