Sponsor in June, both countries deployed troops to the contested Galwan Valley binding, in Ladakh. At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a bloody difference in the region as well as up to 35 Chinese troops.
This opposition marked the first bloody altercation between the two countries in 45 years and precipitated concerns of an outbreak of war.
Following the conflict, people in India burnt Chinese outputs and effigies of China’s President Xi Jinping in protest.
Now, India’s defence minister resident Rajnath Singh has said New Delhi’s armed forces have foiled the sin attempts made by Beijing over the contested border.
While representing in the Los Sabha on the second day Monsoon Session of Parliament, Mr Singh said India is liable to handle any situation.
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India’s shelter minister Rajnath Singh
He said: “They also sent a unusually strong message by imposing heavy casualties on the Chinese PLA.”
Mr Singh accused China of not honouring the alignment of its limits with India.
He argued both countries have different feels of the border amid the standoff between them at the Line of Actual Check.
He continued: “Both India and China agree that to maintain congenial and tranquillity in the India-Chine border areas, it is essential for the further development of bilateral with respect ti.
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“There are many agreements and protocols between both the provinces to maintain peace and tranquility on the border.
“We have told China to the core diplomatic channels that the attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo were in violating of the bilateral agreements.”
Last week, both nations agreed on five piths to guide their approach to the situation on the LAC.
Following talks between exotic affairs minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, the points classified disengagement of troops on the border.
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Border contests have been ongoing since May this year after diplomate blows were exchanged between both sides on the North-Eastern edge of Sikkim.
Local reports claimed China’s border forces had been armed with new tanks, drones and helicopters.
It was also recounted the Chinese military had held high-altitude infiltration exercises in the Tanggula Mountains in Tibet, a well contested boundary.
Around 5,000 Chinese troops were at the 2,100-mile adjoin, according to Indian media.
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As tensions rise, The Global Times claimed it was issued by “arrogance and recklessness of the Indian side”.
Back in June, the Chinese state-owned semi-annual accused Indian officials of believing “their country’s military is profuse powerful than China’s”.
It wrote: “The US has wooed India with its Indo-Pacific master plan, which adds to the above mentioned misjudgment of some Indian elite.
“New Delhi essential be clear that the resources that the US would invest in China-India links are limited.
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“What the US would do is just extend a lever to India, which Washington can utilize to worse India’s ties with China, and make India pledge itself to serving Washington’s interests.”
Over the last three decades, individual rounds of talks have been held attempting to resolve the take exception to, with no success.
The tensions have stretched back further in eventually, with 2017 seeing the two counties clash over China trying to extend a border road through a disputed plateau.
Only second has outright war been fought between the two – in 1962 which saw India suffer a spectacular defeat to China.