Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane on a two-day visit to Ladakh will reconsider the latest operational situation in the middle of the intense military tensions with China. As Indian army settles on the ‘Finger-2 and 3’ of the southern bank of Pangong Tso-Chushul sector on this weekend to avert any combative action by Chinese soldiers, who previously refused to withdraw eastwards from the 8-km stretch they have occupied from ‘Finger-4’ to ‘Finger-8’ since early May, Army chief General M M Naravane is on a two-day visit to Ladakh to review the latest operational situation who will be provided information about the situation by senior field commanders on the site aside from the Line of Actual Control, quoted Army Sources ANI
US Diplomats Feel Chinese are Taking Advantage of The Pandemic.
According to US Diplomat Stilwell, China is taking advantage of the situation and its implications are quite evident in India. In a press conference, Stilwell briefed, “What we have seen since the corona outbreak from Wuhan is it seems the PRC (People’s Republic of China) is trying to take advantage of the situation, and India, I think, is one of those examples of that. So to our friends in Beijing, I would ask them to follow their commitment to resolve these things through peaceful means and dialogue,” Replicating Secretary Pompeo’ remarks The Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs stated that a peaceful decision is anticipated by the United States to the border standoff between India and China.
Meet ‘Establishment 22’, a special frontier force
It has been acknowledged by senior army officials that Meet ‘Establishment 22’, a special frontier force started its operation on the south bank of Pangong Tso from Saturday. Establishment 22’, a secret force is also known as the Special Frontier Force (SFF) under the administrative control of the Cabinet Secretariat and the PMO was formed towards the end of the 1962 war with commandoes from Tibetan refugees settled in India. Raised towards the end of the 1962 war, SFF’s towards the end of the 1962 war is drawn from Tibetan refugees settled in India. They were primarily trained by the Intelligence Bureau, RAW, and CIA for covert operations behind enemy lines. They were used to watch the Chinese as they plan to deploy nuclear incendiaries. Positions
Indian Army Strengthen Positions
The Army has further toughened its positions in eastern Ladakh, as well as in other regions up to Arunachal Pradesh.