Ladakh Standoff: Indian Army Chief General Narwane visits LAC, takes stock of situation

Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane on Wednesday visited areas along the southern shore of the Pangong Lake and reviewed the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) amid the ongoing standoff with China.

Ladakh Standoff: Indian Army Chief General Narwane visits LAC, takes stock of situation
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Leh (Ladakh): Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane on Wednesday visited areas along the southern shore of the Pangong Lake and reviewed the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) amid the ongoing standoff with China.


According to an English website, General Narwane arrived here at 8.30 am and visited the XIV Corps, which is part of the Indian Army's Northern Command based at Udhampur. He is expected to return to New Delhi in the evening.


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"General MM Naravane #COAS visited forward areas of #FireandFury Corps including Rechin La and undertook a first-hand assessment of the situation along the LAC. He was briefed by #GOC #FireandFury Corps and other local commanders on the operational preparedness of our forces," the Indian Army posted on its official Twitter handle.


"General MM Naravane #COAS undertook on the spot inspection of the state of #habitat of troops on the forward line of defences at #RechinLa. He appreciated the efforts made by the formation to make troops comfortable along the #LAC," the Indian Army tweeted.


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"General MM Naravane #COAS visited forward base #Tara and interacted with the local commanders and troops. He appreciated their high morale and state of readiness," it added.


"General MM Naravane #COAS interacted with the troops deployed in forward areas and exhorted all ranks to continue working with same zeal and enthusiasm. #COAS also distributed sweets and #cakes on the eve of #Christmas."


The final round of diplomatic talks between India and China on the Ladakh standoff was held on December 18 at an interval of more than two months after the start of the deadlock at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). However, there were no signs of success. 



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