Indian and Chinese armies were engaged in a prolonged confrontation on Wednesday morning near the northern Pangong Lake in Ladakh. But it ended after the delegation-level talks between officials from both India and China took place.

The Indian Army officials say that the condition is completely under control now.

According to reports, the face-off began soon after The Indian Army was conducting a patrol on Wednesday morning at the 134-kilometer Pangong lake in Ladakh. The People's Liberation Army (PLA) Of China had objected to Indian Army patrols at the lake. China owns three-quarters of Pangong Lake between Tibet and Ladakh, PLA’s objection to Indian army led to a clash between the soldiers from both sides.

Since Wednesday morning, the soldiers on both sides have been facing each other all day. In the evening, armies from both sides were deployed in the area. However, the brigadier-level officers held talks with each other following the protocol for the evening, ending the tensions. Earlier in 2017, Indian and Chinese armies clashed here with stones and sticks.

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