Indian Army In Ladakh: The Indian Army has increased surveillance amid tension with China in Ladakh. Indian soldiers are stationed everywhere and are keeping a close watch on every activity of China. A video has surfaced from Pangong Lake. In which it can be seen that the Indian Army soldiers are monitoring the marathon on LAC.
Let us tell you that the formation of the Indian Army deployed near the Galvan Valley has increased surveillance with horses and mules in recent months. In the past, the Indian Army has also done extreme activities like half marathon over the frozen Pangog lake.
21 kilometer marathon
It is noteworthy that the Union Territory of Ladakh has created history by successfully organizing its first half marathon (21 kilometer trail) in the 13,862 feet high Pangong Lake in sub-zero temperatures. It has been recorded in the Guinness World Records as the world’s highest frozen lake half marathon. The 700-sq-km Pangong lake on the India-China border records minus 30 degrees Celsius during winters, causing the saltwater lake to freeze over.
#WATCH Indian Army formations deployed near the Galwan Valley have carried out activities such as surveying areas near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) on horses and mules and a half-marathon run at Pangong Lake in recent months. pic.twitter.com/OUxPenfETc
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First Galvan, then Tawang
The border dispute between India and China has been going on for many decades. The situation became more tense after the Galvan incident in 2020, while in the past, Chinese and Indian soldiers clashed in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. On Friday (March 3), bilateral talks were held between the Foreign Ministers of India and China regarding the border dispute.
What happened between China and India?
Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang met Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar that India and China should keep the border issue in its “appropriate place” in bilateral relations and work together to bring normalcy on their borders at the earliest. Let us inform that India has been saying that until peace is maintained in the border areas, its relations with China cannot be normal. Jaishankar told Qin that the state of India-China relations is ‘abnormal’.