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What the USA said on the India-China Border Conflict in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Biden administration, according to the White House, is pleased that both India and China rapidly ended their conflict in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House press secretary stated that the US is carefully watching the issue and urges all parties to use current bilateral channels to address contentious borders during a news briefing on Tuesday (local time).

“We appreciate how fast the conflict between the two sides was resolved. We are closely observing the scenario and urge China and India to use their current bilateral channels to talk about their disputed border areas “referring to the disputes between China and India, Karine Jean-Pierre said.

Minor injuries were sustained by servicemen from both sides during an altercation between Indian and Chinese soldiers on Friday in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh. The Indian soldiers stationed in the region of the face-off responded appropriately to the Chinese soldiers.

Chinese soldiers were injured in the conflict in greater numbers than Indian forces. In the Yangtse region of Arunachal’s Tawang sector on December 9, Indian Army soldiers bravely prevented the Chinese Army from crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC), according to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

To reassure the House, he wants to state that no Indian soldiers were killed or seriously hurt. He also gave the House assurances that the Army could protect the nation’s territorial integrity. Our Army is prepared to confront any infraction. The Defence Minister stated in the Parliament on Tuesday that he has a strong conviction that the House would support the valor and heroism of our armed personnel.

Indian Army’s Engagement

3 components of the Indian Army from various infantry regiments engaged PLA troops in combat during the confrontation between Indian and Chinese forces in Yangtse, in the Tawang region of Arunachal Pradesh, and prevented them from changing the current situation on the Line of Actual Control.

According to sources on the ground, when the Chinese attempted to unilaterally alter the status quo in the region last week, there were forces from 3 distinct battalions involved, including the Jat regiment, Jammu & Kashmir Rifles, and Sikh Light Infantry. For the fight, the Chinese had clubs, sticks, and other weapons. According to them, the Indian troops have also been ready for the fight because they were aware of the enemy’s plans.

Formation Of A New Unit

A new unit was taking over for one of the Indian Army’s units, which was leaving the area. Nevertheless, the Chinese decided to engage in combat at a time when both troops were in the region. Every year, Chinese Army forces attempt to cross this border and patrol their claimed territory, but India forbids this. In Yangtse, close to the Parikrama and Holydip area on the LAC, in which the Chinese side has already been challenging Indian forces, the Chinese military has been getting violent.

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