LAC firing between China and India before the meeting of foreign ministers, 100-200 rounds were fired

new Delhi. Tensions continue between India and China over LAC . Meanwhile a big news has come out. According to the report of the Indian Express, when on September 10, India’s Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi were scheduled to hold a meeting to ease tensions at the Ladakh border before firing 100 to 200 rounds at the LAC . According to reports, where Finger 3 and Finger 4 meet, the firing took place to dominate the north bank of Pangong. India gave a befitting reply to China. However, there is no official statement from both the countries.

The Indian Express was quoted by an official as saying that the armies of the two countries were patrolling in the Finger area to strengthen their hold. However, neither China nor India has made any official statement about the incident so far. Earlier, the incident of firing in Chushul sector took place in both countries. According to reports, the latest firing was even more horrific

LAC firing between China and India before the meeting of foreign ministers, 100-200 rounds were fired

China shocked by Defense Minister’s statement:

China has been shocked after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement in Parliament. He has started threatening India with war. The Chinese government mouthpiece ‘Global Times’ has threatened to escalate tensions in the winter. ‘Global Times’ editor Hu Shijin said that the Chinese military is practicing destroying Indian tanks. He threatened that the Chinese army is ready for war if India does not implement the 5-point agreement between foreign ministers in Moscow.

Defense Minister Rajnath Singh gave a strong message to China in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday on the issue of China. He not only blamed the Chinese army for the ongoing tension between India and China in Ladakh, but also warned China that the Indian Army is ready for every difficulty.Rajnath Singh said that the Chinese Army has taken provocative action bypassing all previous agreements. The situation is difficult, but both countries can resolve it with peace and patience. However, he did not confuse words to warn China. Rajnath Singh stated in unambiguous terms that India is also in favor of maintaining peace along the border, but an attack on the sovereignty of the country will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

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