Rajnath’s warning to China: Any attempt to unilaterally alter status quo unacceptable

New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said India is committed to a peaceful resolution of the current border stand-off with China in Ladakh but any attempt to unilaterally alter the status quo by the neighbouring country is unacceptable.

Making a statement in Lok Sabha, Singh also said the Indian Army has inflicted heavy costs including casualties on the Chinese side during the clash with the PLA at the Galwan valley on June 15.

 

The defence minister said since April, buildup of troops and armaments by the Chinese side has been witnessed in

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