Threat has by no way reduced on India-China border, says Indian army chief

A file photo of PLA troops with ‘stick machetes’ at LAC in Pangong.

New Delhi: Indian army chief General MM Naravane on Wednesday said that “threat” is very much high on the India-China border.

The 14th round of commander-level talks between the two neighbours were also held today.

“The 14th round of the Corps Commander level talks is underway, and I am hopeful that you shall see further developments in the days ahead. But while there has been partial disengagement, the threat has by no means reduced,” NDTV quoted the Chief as saying.

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