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Indian Army captures dominant heights along the LAC

India-China standoff: Indian Army captures Pangong North Finger 4 in Ladakh

(pic) Indian forces have captured Pangong North Finger 4 Ridgeline along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh

For the first time since early June, Indian Army and Special Frontier Force (SFF) mounted rapid mission to take position at Finger 4 heights in Ladakh, BusinessToday.In of  September 2, 2020 reports.

The Finger 4 feature on the north bank of Pangong Tso lake  is located close to Chinese posts which are just few hundred meters from Indian positions.

Armed Indian and Chinese troops can probably see each other’s position through binoculars. This is an alarming face off in region.

High time the top political leaders of China and India called an emergency summit meet.

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Suresh Rao

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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago
Reply to  Suresh Rao

That’s a great show of planning and its smart execution. India has to be very firm on this, because Pakistan and China are sure to exploit any weakness in our defense that they may come to know of. In this context I may add that yesterday, I saw a news report on Republic TV of protests in Gilgit Baltistan against Pakistan declaring it as province which according to Mr. Goswami has been done on China’s behest. I don’t really understand the implications of this move but what I learnt from the video that there’s an uprising in the locals who want the province to become a Part of Laddakh.

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi
1 year ago

I hope it doesn’t break out in to a full fledged war. I don’t see any end to this also as China doesn’t acknowledge LAC and it doesn’t spell out either what does it see as the border but what is the motive behind these engagements? It can’t be as simple as to keep the Indian army occupied or for the Indian government to be cowered by its might.

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1 year ago
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Winter is drawing near Sureshji. It will be a tough call to maintain vigil. Unless the motive of the Chinese to engage India in this futile adventure becomes clear, the tension will remain. Some say it is the Chinese strategy to keep the Chinese under control who are becoming restive because of job losses and the discontentment is increasing against CPC because of anti-Chinese sentiment rising in the world. It is a kind of shelling at the border tactic Pakistan resorts to, to keep the public sentiment becoming pro-India.

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