Mumba: India will remain firm in the ongoing India-China troop’s conflict in the Eastern Ladakh where the Chinese patrol has intruded India.
Amid the border standoff, India has given a strong message to China saying it will not stop the infrastructural development in the strategic areas located along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The statement plunged over when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the National Secretary Advisor Ajit Doval and Chief of Defence Staff General, Bipin Rawat on Tuesday.
Earlier that day, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had told the military to carry on with the infrastructural key projects along the LAC. He has also decided to move in more troops to overt the Chinese troops.
The clashes between the armies started on May 5 following when the troops got indulged in violent face-offs at the Pangong Tso Lake.