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Army high command to discuss China and ceasefire with Pakistan in security meeting | India News


NEW DELHI: With the de-escalation of the armies of India and China has not yet occurred in Ladakh, Indian high army
top brass would discuss security challenges along the Royal Line of Control (LAC) with China and address remaining issues with Pakistan.
At the Army Commanders Conference scheduled to take place April 26-30, the issue of the ongoing ceasefire with Pakistan along the Line of Control (LdC) and the general internal security situation in the Kashmir valley.
“Security issues with China and future security challenges along the border with China will be discussed at the conference,” a government source told ANI.
In the eastern sector of Ladakh, the two sides have already disconnected from the most important sector of Lake Pangong, but still maintain a high level of forces at the permanent forward locations as escalation is reduced.
yet to happen.
The Indian side also expects an early disconnect at the remaining friction points at Gogra Heights, Hot Springs and the CNC crossover area.
The Indian Army has also begun to rebalance its troop deployment towards the Chinese border and to focus on China from the Pakistani front.
Top commanders are also expected to discuss the ceasefire with Pakistan along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir, where the big guns on both sides have been totally silent in March following the February agreement between the Directors. Generals of Military Operations (DGMO) of the two countries in strict observance of
Stop the fire.
The army chief, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, had told ANI that the infiltration attempts had not been made from the other side of the LoC in March.
This would also be the first meeting of the commanders conference for the commanders-in-chief of the Central and Southwest Army Commands. The meeting will also review recent acquisitions made by the force to prepare for a war situation when the emergency acquisition deadline ends.

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