Army Chief MM Narwane discusses the security situation at the Military Commander’s Conference

Army Chief MM Narwane discusses the security situation at the Military Commander’s Conference

Chief of the Indian Army General MM Narwane is discussing the security situation with top military commanders in the capital Delhi. According to military sources, all the commanders are present in Delhi for the second phase of the military commander’s conference. The conference of Army commanders ACC-20 (ACC-20) is being held today and tomorrow i.e. on 22 and 23 June. During this period, the operational status on the northern and western front will be reviewed.

Earlier, the first phase of the military commanders’ conference ran from 27 May to 29 May. During this time all the security issues including the situation arising due to China were discussed in Ladakh. The conference was earlier scheduled to be held from April 13 to 18 but was postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic. Please tell that at this time tensions between the two countries are at a peak on the border dispute between India and China border in Ladakh.

Army chief will soon visit Ladakh
Army Chief Narwane will soon visit Ladakh amidst ongoing tension along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) near Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh. During this time, he will take stock of the current situation and security arrangements. Let me tell you that the military talks between the two countries are currently underway on LAC.

Second round of Lt. General level talks between India and China
The second round of Lieutenant General level talks between the two countries’ armies began on Monday with the aim of easing tensions following the violent clashes in the Galvan Valley between India and the Chinese Army last week. Official sources said the two sides are expected to discuss confidence-building measures, including the implementation of the consensus reached in the first round of talks at the Lieutenant General level on June 6. The Indian side is led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, the 14th Corps commander, while the Chinese side is led by the commander of the Tibet Military District.

Anita Amoli

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *