New Delhi: In a strong decision, India has refused to de-escalate in Ladakh until the disengagement process from the Chinese side is complete from forward areas.
However, India is in no urgency to de-escalate. Pangong Tso being the biggest source of contention, India is insisting that China move back to its old position on Finger 8 spur.
In the last meeting between military commanders and at the working group too, China demanded that India draw down its forces. China also accused about Indian aircraft and road building, but India said that it’s been building infrastructure for years.
India also refused to move back behind the Dhyan Singh Thapa post.