The recent tension between India and China in the Galvan valley had already led war like situation between the two countries . There have been many rounds of talks to establish peace between the two countries. In the meantime China has urged India to instruct the Indian troops to ensure that the events at Galvan do not recur by stopping provocative acts at the border. India has repeatedly blamed China after the riots in the Galvan Valley. Now China has again made a similar attempt.

On June 15, 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash at Galvan, causing considerable casualties on China. But China has not said anything about the causalities from it’s side. The disputed border, known as the International Border Control Line (Line of Actual Control) covers approximately 3,500 kilometers (2,175 mi). The border extends from Ladakh in the north to Sikkim in the northeast. India and China have been trying to resolve their border dispute since the early 1990s. But the two countries have so far failed to find a solution.