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Modi Emergency Meeting With Ajith Doval and Bipin Rawat Regarding China Border Issue

Tensions between India and China are not new. After clashes at Doklam in 2017, a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Ladakh was created. China is moving large numbers of troops near Ladakh and further expanding its airbase there is worrying India. Modi emergency meeting is about China border issue

Against this backdrop, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting in Delhi with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Trilateral Chief of Staff Bipin Rawat, Army, Air Force, and Navy Chiefs. The meeting seems to have mainly focused on the attitude of the Chinese military at Ladakh.

Modi had earlier met with Foreign Secretary Harshavardhan Shringla and discussed the same issue. Also, Union Defense Minister Raj Nath’s visit with Bipin Rawat, the commander of the three forces, the Navy, Air Force, and Army chief, indicates the seriousness of the problem. In Delhi, there is a feeling that something is happening as government officials hold consecutive emergency meetings.

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