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Amid talks, China ‘sets up camp’

A security official described the situation as 'precarious and fragile'
An IAF aircraft flies in the Ladakh region amid the prolonged India-China stand-off in Leh on Wednesday

Our Special Correspondent   |   New Delhi   |   Published 10.09.20, 02:52 AM

The armies of India and China on Wednesday held brigade commander talks at Chushul in Ladakh.

While the talks were underway, the Chinese side erected a makeshift camp near the latest friction point, sources in the security establishment said.

A security official described the situation as “precarious and fragile” at Mukhpari on the Rezang La ridgeline where Chinese troops took positions close to the Indian forward post on Tuesday.

Sources said the brigade commander talks were “positive” but “inconclusive”.

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