Pakistan and China were ‘furious’ by these words of Army Chief MM Naravane, one rejected the statement, the other said to abstain

Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane (Indian Army Chief General MM NaravaneIn its annual press conference on Wednesday, China and Pakistan (PakistanSpoke on almost every issue including ). During this, he also gave complete information about the security related situation in the country. Now the reaction of China and Pakistan has come on these statements of his. Both these countries expressed their displeasure over the remarks of the army chief. Pakistan has crossed the Line of Control (LoC)Line of ControlThe Indian Army Chief’s remarks that there are ‘launch pads’ (terrorist camps) and ‘training’ centers across the country have been dismissed as “baseless allegations”.

Addressing a press conference ahead of Army Day, Naravane had said that repeated infiltration attempts by about 350 to 400 terrorists present in the ‘launch pads’ and training centers of terrorists on the other (Pakistan’s) side of the LoC, have led to their nefarious activities. Reveals intentions (Pakistan Terrorists). Pakistan’s Foreign Office said in a statement on Thursday that there was nothing new in these “baseless allegations” and that the allegations were part of “malicious anti-Pakistan propaganda”. The Pakistani Foreign Office said that Pakistan is committed to a fruitful dialogue with India to resolve all disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir.

China said abstain

China, on the other hand, said it expects “affiliated people” in India to refrain from making “unconstructive comments”. Beijing’s remarks came a day after Army Chief General MM Naravane said the threat in eastern Ladakh “has not diminished in any way” and that the Indian Army was “resolutely” Will continue to deal with the Chinese army in a ‘bold’ manner. Naravane was referring to the ongoing border standoff for the last 20 months, due to which there has been tension in relations between the two countries.

War was told the last resort

General Naravane, while addressing a press conference on Wednesday, ahead of Army Day (January 15), had also said that war or conflict is always a ‘last resort’ but if it is imposed on India, the country will emerge victorious. Ladakh News). His remarks came on a day when India and China held the 14th round of Corps Commander-level talks to resolve the military standoff in eastern Ladakh. Although the 14th round of talks between the armies of India and China did not bring any success, the two sides agreed to remain in close contact and maintain dialogue for a mutually acceptable solution to the remaining issues at the earliest.

Security and stability will be tried

In this regard, a joint statement said that the two sides have also agreed to strengthen the past results and make effective efforts to maintain security and stability on the ground in the western region (India China Standoff). “Now China and India are in contact and dialogue through diplomatic and military channels to reduce border tensions,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing when asked for a reaction to General Naravane’s remarks. Responding to a question from Western media, he said, “We hope that those concerned on the Indian side will refrain from making unconstructive comments.”

14th round meeting also completed

Wang’s remarks on China’s Foreign Ministry website came after the 14th round of commander-level meeting between China and India in Chushul-Moldo on the Chinese side of the border point on Wednesday. During the 14th round of military talks with China at the Chushul-Moldo border point on the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India has engaged in eastern Ladakh, including resolution of issues at Depsang Bulge and Demchok, sources in the security establishment in New Delhi said on Wednesday. Emphasizing the need for early withdrawal of troops from all remaining points of tension.

The last meeting was inconclusive

Earlier, the 13th round of talks was held on October 10, in which no result came out. The border standoff between the armies of India and China in eastern Ladakh began on May 5, 2020, after a violent clash in the Pangong Lake area. After this, both sides gradually deployed thousands of soldiers as well as heavy weapons there. As a result of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides last year completed the process of withdrawing troops from the Gogra area, including the northern and southern end areas of Pangong Lake. At present, each of the two sides has deployed around 50,000 to 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control in the sensitive area.