The situation on the Ladakh border is sensitive and dangerous, says Jaishankar – Uttarbanga Sambad
New Delhi: Almost 3 years have passed since the Galwan conflict. But the tension on the India-China border in Ladakh, i.e. the Line of Actual Control, has not yet subsided, India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said. In a private channel programme, he admitted that the situation along the Line of Actual Control is still very sensitive. Also, the foreign minister claimed that the Galwan conflict of 2020 happened because China had broken agreements and protocols.
According to Jaishankar, ‘India-China relations are going through very challenging times. We have deployed troops on the border. In some places, the armies of the two countries are standing very close. I think the situation along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh is still very sensitive, even dangerous.’ The foreign minister also said, ‘I want to make it clear that India-China relations will not be normal until China shows its willingness to solve the problem.’