Between the LAC talks in Ladakh, Chinese media threatens, If the war happens, 'their army will not be able to last much longer'


During the India-China talks on LAC in Ladakh, the Chinese media is threatening India. Government media Global Times wrote that if the Indian Army does not withdraw from the southern part of Pangong Tso Lake (Ladakh), the People's Liberation Army (PLA) will remain there during the entire winter.

Government media also said that India's military system is weak. Many of his soldiers will die of severe cold or corona. If there was a war between the two countries, the Indian Army would soon lay down its arms. If India wants peace, then both countries have to accept the position of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on November 7, 1959. If India wants war, then we will fulfill its wish. Let's see which country can beat the other.

The Global Times wrote that 'China has always taken care of India's dignity. Now the nationalist forces of India want to take advantage of this honor. They have forgotten what they are? In today's environment, everything needs to be exposed. '

'Our Tibet Military Command is taking the help of drones to support the PLA in view of tensions from India. This proves that the PLA is ready for any challenge. '

Let me tell you that on Thursday, in order to reduce tensions on the border between India and China, there was a meeting between Russian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Russia's capital Moscow. Five points have been agreed to reduce tensions between the two countries.

The two foreign ministers agreed that the current situation was not in anyone's interest, which is why they agreed that the forces of the two countries stationed along the border should continue the dialogue, maintain a proper distance and reduce tension.

According to the joint statement, Jaishankar and Wang agreed that both sides should seek guidance from the consensus reached between the leaders of the two countries to develop India-China relations, including not allowing differences to become disputes.

The two ministers agreed that all existing agreements and rules related to the management of the border should be followed, maintain peace and harmony, and avoid any action that could escalate tensions.

Jaishankar and Wang agreed in talks that as the situation on the border improves, both sides should move rapidly towards establishing a new trust to build peace and harmony in the border areas.

The joint statement said that the two sides agreed to continue the dialogue and communication through the Special Representative (SR) mechanism on the India-China border matter. He also agreed that the working mechanism for consultation and coordination on Indo-China border matters should continue in the meetings.