PLA digs in its heels, talks fail to make breakthrough
The Times of India Delhi|April 11, 2021
No Post-Talks Joint Statement Even Unlike On Previous Occasions
Rajat.Pandit

New Delhi:There was no breakthrough yet again in the marathon military talks between India and China on Friday, with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) digging in its heels on even completing the stalled troop disengagement process in eastern Ladakh as a step towards the proposed deescalation along the frontier.

The sheer lack of any forward movement in the 11th round of the corps commander-level talks, which itself came 50 days after the last one, was also evident in the fact that India and China did not issue a joint statement this time unlike the previous rounds.

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