India and China will discuss the border once more, with the goal of resolving the Hot Springs dispute.

India and China will discuss the border, While both sides have agreed to hold the next round of the WMCC on border concerns this month, the meeting could be difficult because the PLA refuses to return to permanent bases, which is a requirement for resolving the Hot Springs near Kongka La in East Ladakh.

Indian Apache attack helicopter over Ladakh skies.(File Photo)

India and China have agreed to meet again this month as part of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and. Coordination (WMCC) on border issues to break the deadlock that arose after the 13th round of senior commanders meeting on October 10. Both parties have agreed to meet, but the dates have yet to be determined.

India and China will discuss the border, Due to the recalcitrant attitude of the Peoples’ Liberation Army, the. WMCC, headed by additional secretary. Level officials on both sides, will have a difficult time resolving the disengagement and restoring patrolling rights to the Indian. Army in Depsang Bulge and Charding Nullah Junction (CNJ), Demchok (PLA).

The PLA is believed to have resorted to half-measures to address the disengagement in the Hot Springs area during the. 13th round of military commanders meeting, refusing to return to permanent bases or restoring the status quo ante as it existed in April 2020. The PLA unilaterally shifted ground positions on the north banks of the Pangong Tso, Galwan, Gogra, and Hot Springs in East Ladakh in May 2020, in an attempt to enforce the rejected. 1959 line along the 1597-kilometer Line of Actual Control in Ladakh.

While the PLA agreed to withdraw back from its current location in the. Hot Springs area in a half-hearted attempt to end the conflict, they did not offer to return to a permanent post, as had been agreed upon in previous. India-China leadership discussions. The Indian Army representative, for his part, rejected this suggestion and insisted that the. Hot Springs issue be resolved by both sides returning to their permanent positions.

China watchers believe the PLA will continue to delay disengagement in. Depsang Bulge and CNJ area south of Demchok.

The Indian side, for its part, is not in a hurry to match the PLA build-up across the LAC with its formations. Rather than seeking compromises as in the past, the Modi government will stand firm in implementing its legitimate legal claims against the LAC. Despite the focus on disengagement and de-escalation from the. Ladakh LAC, the Indian Army is keeping a tight eye on the Central and. Eastern sectors to prevent any PLA transgression along the whole 3488-km LAC.

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