Talking about the disengagement process in Indo-China border, the Army Chief Gen M M Naravane expressed that the entire process culminated with positive results
Prior to this, the Chinese and Indian forces “synchronized,” the retirement of the Pangong Tso Front troops ended a 9-month military struggle last week, in eastern Ladakh
General Naravane also pointed out, however, that other pending problems in the area have been addressed by strategies.
He also said that while the Ladaks’ stand-off was without signs of “overt collusion,” India is also addressing a longer-term plan for a two-and-a-half front battle, rather than a twofold one. He related to internal defense on the “half front.”
Gen Naravane said that all parts of the Indian side were operating together right from the beginning of the standstill.
Both of us were united in it. We had our strategy written up, and we argued what the path forward should be. Anything that panned out, as a result, happened. What we have accomplished up to now is very nice,” said Naravane at a Vivekanada International Foundation webinar.
The counsel from the National Security Advisor was also very supportive and his experience into strategic relations undoubtedly added to our reaction, the Chairman of the Army said. “This disengagement has arisen as a result of this entire strategy. It’s an impressive end product, I guess. The condition is that of win-win. In order to reach an understanding, both parties must believe like something has been done. I assume that the 10 rounds of talks held to date have achieved a positive outcome “He said. He said.