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Top army brass reviews security in Ladakh ahead of Corps Commander talks

The Corps Commander talks are taking place with a specific agenda of firming up a roadmap for disengagement of troops from the friction points in eastern Ladakh

Indian Army | Ladakh standoff | India China border row

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

New Delhi would also weigh the employment of seven battalions of the Special Frontier Force (SFF), paratroopers recruited from the Tibetan refugee community in India.
Army Chief Gen MM Naravane and several top military officials were present in the meeting.

The top military brass on Friday reviewed the security situation in eastern Ladakh as well as strategies for the seventh round of Corps Commander-level talks with the Chinese PLA which is scheduled on October 12, people familiar with the developments said.



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First Published: Fri, October 09 2020. 23:33 IST