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Chinese Army facing unexpected consequences for misadventures in Ladakh: CDS Rawat

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Chinese Army facing unexpected consequences for misadventures in Ladakh: CDS Rawat

Chinese Army facing unexpected consequences for misadventures in Ladakh: CDS Rawat

Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat on November 06 stated categorically that India's posturing is, unambiguous-status quo has to be restored and the country will not accept any shifting of LAC.

"Situation along LAC in Eastern Ladakh remains tense, People's Liberation Army (PLA) is facing unanticipated consequences of its misadventure in Ladakh because of Indian Army's firm and strong response.

Our posturing is unambiguous-status quo has to be restored and we will not accept any shifting of LAC.

A full-scale conflict with China is low on probability, but border confrontations and unprovoked tactical military acts spiralling into larger conflict can't be discounted," said CDS Rawat


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