India-China dispute in Ladakh unresolved...

Dhaka, Wednesday   19 January 2022

India-China dispute in Ladakh unresolved

 International Desk

 Published: 12:48 PM, 14 January 2022  

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

India and China have again failed to reach to a solution to the border dispute in Ladakh. The problem has been unresolved even in the 14th meeting of the army level.

Although no solution has been found, the two countries have agreed on moving forward together. Again the hope of reaching to a solution is still not given up. The two countries will meet again soon to normalize the situation. 

At the meeting on Wednesday, India demanded that China withdraw its troops from the Gogra-Hot Spring area however, China did not agree. Again, China could not be persuaded to withdraw its troops from Depsang Bulge of Daulat Beg Oldi sector,  and Demchok sector from Charding Nullah Junction (CNJ). In other words, the position of the two countries is not changing with the deployment of the army. 

In diplomatic terms, the meeting did not yield any positive results. The two countries have so far agreed that the they will continue to work for a solution.

It is to be noted that since May 2020, a new situation of tension and conflict has arose at the border. Since then, the armies of the two countries have been browbeating each other.

Army officials of the two countries sat in a meeting after the tense situation was created at that time. Even then, the two countries could not make a positive decision on withdrawing troops from the disputed border area.