LAC situation stable, hope for mutually beneficial agreement: Army Chief
Army Chief General MM Naravane Tuesday said that the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh was “stable” and India and China are “ironing out modalities” on how to move ahead. Speaking at a conference in Delhi, the Army Chief said “the situation as of now is quite stable”, “both sides are engaged in talks”.
Mentioning the eighth round of senior commander discussions that took place on November 6, Naravane said that “they are ironing out the modalities of how to proceed ahead within the overarching guidelines which had been communicated post the interactions and the meetings between the respective ministers”. “The process is on and we are very hopeful that we will be able to reach an agreement which is mutually-acceptable and mutually-beneficial in keeping with this overarching policy guideline which has been passed down to both sides .”