The crisis going on the line of actual control of Ladakh since May which has created tension on the borders of both countries China and India. The government officials said that India has moved troops to its Eastern stretch of border with China since clashes erupted between nuclear-armed Nations on the western part of the border in the Himalayas in the month of June.
The clashes that happened in the Ladakh region of the west part in the border were seen to be the worst violence between India and China in decades and there has been little sign of a reduction in tension with more military action in the past week. Since early May both the countries have positioned troops and weaponry along the boundaries of China and India.
No progress has been made on the points on the disengagement of troops at friction points, especially in the Pangong TSO area and destination along the LAC.
Earlier, the embassy in Beijing tweeted Vikram Misri met Lui Jianchao, who is the deputy director of the office of CPC Central Committee Foreign Affairs commission, and discussed with him on India’s stance and the situation on the borders in Eastern Ladakh and overall about the bilateral relations.