India-China border tensions at Galwan Valley in Ladakh continues to remain on the edge two days after the brutal clashes erupted between Indian and Chinese Army soldiers in the contention area.
The Major General-level talks between India and China remained inconclusive and the de-escalation talks will again resume. Reports in India Today state that soldiers stationed in different parts of Ladakh are infuriated over the brutal, inhumane deaths of their fellow colleagues.
The report says that the tensions between India and China are still extremely tense at PP14, Galwan Valley in Ladakh. The Major General-level talks on Wednesday have barely kept things under control. The situation on the ground is extremely unpredictable with senior officers trying to pacify the boiling tempers of the Indian soldiers.
The report says that the bodies of some of the martyred Indian Army soldiers were mutilated during the bitter border clash between Indian and Chinese armies. The report says that this has become one of the fundamental reasons behind the broiling rage in the Indian Army soldiers in the region.
Leh Corps Commander is in touch with the 3 Divisional Commanders on an hourly basis to keep a check on the escalating tensions. Attempts are being made to check the spillover impact to control the rising tempers among Indian Army units at the three other standoff points in Ladakh, especially in Pangong Tso, where the situation has been extraordinarily dangerous.