India-China LAC Ladakh disengagement deal: Is it a sellout for New Delhi?

Team India Sentinels Monday 16th of November 2020 09:42 PM

In this episode of Lancer Talks, Colonel Rajendra Bhaduri (retired) discusses with military historian Sandeep Mukherjee about the news that is doing rounds that the Indian Army and China’s People’s Liberation Army are going to disengage at the friction points near the line of actual control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.

Col Bhaduri says if India accepts China’s terms – and what the Indian media is reporting is true (with the Chinese media version being even more bizarre) – on troops disengagement at the friction points near the line of actual control (LAC): “It will be a capitulation worse than 1962.”

He reasons this by saying that in 1962, the People’s Liberation Army went back. However, this time, they would not go back, which would put India into a great strategic disadvantage apart from the compromise with territorial integrity.


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