A to Z about Galwan Valley Stand Off UPSC CSE English UPSC CSEIAS 2020 Siddhi Bangard

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actually going to understand the crux of the issue what has happened because this faceoff is not just a normal face of that we have had in the past where that about the depths on planes in 2013 or the Chamorro planes in 2014 or a very recent 2017 dokyeom crisis which was the 73 days standoff even when there President Xi Jinping was in our country so how are we going to go about it we first understand the disputed border areas between India and China all right then we will understand what are the implications in the western sector where the current happenings are happening okay we will also understand where the present disputed areas are the pangong TSO lake and the Galvan Valley where are they why are the important we will study that post which we will discuss a timeline on how we actually reach the position we are in why did it actually happen were there signals in the past that could have actually told us that this was about to come you might not have been so shell-shocked and maybe we might have saved a few Wyndham lives at the border and lastly how has Galvan happened and what actually happened there finally we will discuss the mechanisms or what happy we been doing to defuse the tensions so the diplomacy post the killings at the border and finally the way forward here we will also try to understand could this have been awarded was it lack of intelligence or was it lack of anticipation on our part or is it again a repeat of 1962 when China ditched us and lost our trust completely and since then the distress has been growing so is it a second repeat of the same incident so we will see all that in this video today with that let's start first with the disputed areas as I just mentioned so there are three disputed areas between the India China border the border length approximately is 4050 six kilometers as per the tog Rafi but the border is actually not well-defined you actually in fact funnily enough there is no exact border length because as per India the line of actual control is approximately 3,500 kilometre however as per China it is only approximately 2000 to 2500 kilometers can you see the variations in the borderland so we don't even have a well-defined border with China our largest neighbour and one of the largest Asian powers and a superpower in making so this is actually a major tip between the two nations we do not even have well-defined boundaries okay this is the first thing the second thing is there are these disputed areas so along the line of actual control about which both India and China have different perceptions there are approximately 23 disputed areas we will in a later part of the video see if the calvin valley or the pangong TSO lake were actually part of these 23 disputed areas or not this is an important point to remember so please remember this there is Matt moon line in the east that is the arrow natural region and the central sector in the middle that is this region the Uttarakhand and Himachal region so there are basically three points of disputes the western sector or the upside chain which is also right now the current point of dispute the central sector where disputes flared up but we haven't heard anything more and the Arunachal sector which was highly news during 2013 when China started stapling the visas to our natural Alta Wong now when we talk about this border so what are the traversing for the areas that this water traverses one Indian union territory of Ladakh poor Indian states of Uttarakhand Himachal Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh as you can see Arunachala Sikkim which comes in the eastern sector Sutra kundan Himachal in the central sector and of course the union territory of Ladakh or the state of Jammu and Kashmir in the northern sector or the western sector so primarily they are the border is righted into three sectors western middle and eastern ok please remember these sectors because I will be using them as a point to indicate that we kind of knew that this might happen okay so in the western sector what are the disputed areas so as we can clearly see we only have a very small part of Jammu and Kashmir with us this part has been occupied the oxygen part has been occupied by China since 1962 the rest of the northern region is actually occupied or P okay Pakistan Occupied Kashmir this is the area ceded to China by Pakistan and again this gesture or the small part which is a very strategic location it is still occupied by India here I would also like to point out one more important thing in the oxide chain region there is a presence of a very very important mountain pass in this region nearby this Seattle glacier which is D Karakoram pass please remember its position because it is only near the Karakoram pass that we have the dollar to bake oldy a name you must have been hearing so much in news it is one of India's highest air bases which had been lying dormant till 2008 and then we started refurbishing this extra sector because we wanted to build army sleepers infrastructure in the Ladakh region because it's a very very strategic point because it's near to a mountain pass why is the Mountain Pass area very very strategic when it comes to geography because mountain passes are very very narrow areas so only one party can come in so the party which is at a higher position in our case China it can easily come into India from that pass so we really need to protect this pass and we do it through the hole at big ol D airbase and this airbase is actually very strictly linked to our current player of or why the things happen that were happening since last one month alright so going further what were the disputed areas these disputed areas have been identified over the last 30 years between the India China boundary issues and this is from the article in Indian Express on the first page the data has been taken from there now I will not go through the entire table but what is important for us today is that in 2020 and even in the previous sections because since our current dispute is in the western sector here you can see nowhere apart from 2020 it is written there that pangong TSO is in dispute but Galvan is nowhere mentioned as a point of dispute can you see it here that's why I said remember if it is a point of dispute or not so that means it was no dispute at all then why are we fighting is it cheating on the part of China to actually fight this on a point which has not been even identified as a disputed area we will see in the later part of the video now with that let's go to the next part this is the satellite imagery of the pangong TSO lake okay pangong TSO actually means an elongated lake pangong TSO leak it's a satellite imagery so you actually cannot see the picture more clearly but this is how the fingers in the pangong TSO lake have been in news for a lot of time the first finger the second finger the third finger holds finger fifth finger six finger seventh finger and so on now till the fourth finger actually in the occupies or it is the LA Sea area in the occupies this Lake the southern part of the lake is actually occupied by China the northern part is occupied by US and hence the southern bank of pangong solely sorry the northern bank of pangong TSO lake was in dispute why was it in dispute because this area the finger for area was up till now be patrolled by the arm but suddenly Chinese actually came in and they made a bunker and a mode here mode means around the bunker you built a deep area where in water is spilled now with that they actually stopped the Indian patrolling even before the finger for that means they in they did an incursion into our area all right they say that they have now refused to recognize this as Indian patrolling point whereas in ITBP Indian army bases already here in this point now this was the first point of dispute this is a satellite image of choke or Galvan meeting choke this is the Galvan Valley this part I am showing to you before to better and massage it better visualize it this is the shock value shoka's called so because a lot of people when they used to traverse along this route this was an ancient trade route they used to fall in this river and die and since it's called a river of death galvan is called so because in the ancient times there was a trader Rasul Kang Galvin this person went along with the British on an expedition to the chen changwu valley in chen changwu Valley in China okay and due to his adventurous spirit the British named this entire stretch of 130 kilometers after this trader girl won all right this is the Calvin actually meeting the shock river so you can see the river value of Galvin is very very narrow as compared to this show creeper why is it important for us you know if somebody of you have actually visited Lada the Indus Valley or all these river valleys are very very small yet very very narrow and very very deep so building roads there is very difficult and whoever actually occupies this valley occupies a very strategic point when they want to attack the army as I just told you mountain passes or river valleys have always been the they roads for invaders to come inside so either party or either enemy party wants to actually occupy these strategic locations so that will become one of the reasons why China actually attacked us now this valley was never disputed it is there on the LSE but this point or this valuables never disputed the LSE here is supposed to be clear of any disputes now but what happened in May 2020 now we'll be doing the timeline the galvan diary previously never identified as a disputed sector you was incursion or was insulted up to three kilometers southeast of the Galvan Valley in eastern Ladakh region so they came inside up to three kilometers there were incursions in the pangong TSO area about which I have already listed the finger areas Jo she made her serie which is a no track under central sector of dispute okay and they also expanded their military bases in Ladakh about which I will shortly talk about because why if you please remember this point it is a very very important point in our later discussions now why this oil things happened some of the reasons are Alessi has not been be marketed accurately now even after years and years of discussion almost four decades of discussion we still do not know clearly about the Elysee the protocols made over contested territories are not being followed as they are under the border development cooperation agreement of 1993 now I will explain this point a little bit in detail here here we have signed almost four to five border development cooperation agreements or peace and tranquillity at border agreements with China one was in 1993 one was in 1996 then we signed in 2005 then in 2012 and then last in 2030 alright so there were five of them 1993 1996 2005 2012 and 2013 now as for the border agreement of 1993 there are two primary conditions at the border or the protocols that need to be followed within the ten kilometers of the border you actually cannot fly an aircraft filled with weapons you cannot do that the only aircraft that can fly out which are unarmed and only they are also allowed tell just one kilometres on the either side of Elysee they cannot come close to the Elysee to actually avoid any flare-ups so I think some of the protocols must have been followed so that no billet has been fired on this border up till now but it happened now because somewhere the protocols were broken and we will discuss it in the coming slides in the video that where was this protocol broken the second part of the protocol was they will never have a huge deployment near the LEC just to have actors act as a confidence-building measure that no party is actually escalating or doing in in aggressive engagement with the other party or provoking the other party to raise its artillery or weaponry in their part of the LSC so these protocols were already laid down but in the current flares up these protocols were both ignored blatantly I will show you how in some satellite images it was observed that China had a very huge military presence in this calvin valley area okay now the third thing there are no maps only patrol points by Indian Army and ITBP please remember this point because the Galvan Valley standoff actually happened at a patrol point known as patrol point 14 so when I will be discussing the timelines and other points when I will be telling you about the flash points or the exact Kelvin area we will make use of this point again it is also and research that China did this to divert attention from the coroner by this nineteen crises that India is currently facing and also to create political stability so that companies leaving China do not set up their base in India companies have been steadily leaving China to actually set up their base at some other places because China has lost lost its reputation as as word supply-chain yes it did overcome the coronavirus crisis to some extent but the way it handled the coronavirus crisis the opaqueness it maintained regarding the crisis and how it led down the w-h-o member nations has not been very well taken by even the prominent nations and the other nations because the whole world economy has gone into a very bad crisis affecting the livelihood of millions now we will do a small timeline of the India China relationships in the past one month and what actually led to the galvan valley standoff where the clashes took place and we lost the precious lives of our soldiers this is a map taken from the Hindustan Times all right now let's see so on May 5 and 6 we actually observed that some troops on either side they caught and do scuffles all right almost 250 soldiers of the Indian and Chinese army got into scuffles at the pangong TSO lake area so it started from the pangong TSO area now these kind of scuffles are actually common at the india china border the physical scuffles keep happening there on an on and off basis now may 90 may 9 and other skirmish actually happened in Sikkim snappily area leaving for indian and 7 chinese soldiers injured so this led to tensions being built up in the galvan valley of Ladakh days later so this escalation was started in the pangong TSO lake actually spread out to the eastern sector also that is the Sikkim sector and finally to the galvan Valley which had yet not been under dispute now India said that it was not actually obstructing the beachings patrolling for patrolling parties but being said since it was obstructing us and that's why these Commission's happened but did China do then China said ok let's show them our might they plot in 5,000 soldiers on its side of the disputed border in luck de inne they also did the same but we were a little bit late in sending our armies May 30 the defense minister says India and China have begun diplomatic military talks to actually widely skirmish ok India's no first weapon use policy or India's maintenance of peace and tranquil policy or India's policy of punchy she actually we tried to resolve because of that we try to resolve all our skirmishes in a diplomatic manner we decided to do it in the same way as we did it with the Dhokla standoff as we did it with the dips on clean sand off or the Tamar Plains standoff back in the years 2013 2014 and 27 respectively 20 and 17 respectively we thought this time also let us do some quite diplomacy will be able to they pull the things back but during this time and interesting thing was actually happening between June 1 and June 4 we were actually observing that Chinese built up on their side of the border was actually growing so the indian armand sources already knew that they were increasing their strength and the strength of armies or or of troops on the borders is actually a very dynamic equilibrium it keeps on changing based on the requirement at the other side is showing aggressive behavior then our country also starts showing the aggressive behavior so that build up was actually being continuously observed in fact our Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had been quoted saying to the media that by satellite imagery we can see that India China has built up has a quiet built up of army tanks and other artillery in their side of the border they are prepping up for something not very good so this is something he already had the idea June 6 we started that we should actually lead to a de-escalation plan because we cannot have the standoff in the pangong TSO area so even till then pangong TSO was actually the point of contention even after when the top military officers met on June 6 it was a very very important meeting it was a six hour long meeting starting at 11:30 a.m. in the morning and finishing at 7:30 p.m. in the evening now even in this meeting they the military officers said two things first that you really cannot imagine a solution coming out of this meeting as of now it is going to take some time the second thing China was still intransigent on the pangong TSO area they said we will not go to our previous position back in April we will maintain what is the status quo right now we have occupied your positions and we will keep it because we do not like that you are building up though allah the arabic toilet big old erode or da CBO road okay about which i will talk in the later part of the video that's why i said remember this place called daal at big old d it is near the Karakoram pass and this is the galvan valley this part is the Galvan Valley this is the LSE this is the pangong TSO lake so the dispute was here but this standoff actually happened here and this is an important part remember the dispute whereas somewhere else please however the actual faceoff actually happened at some other place this is an important part that we need to remember when we will be analyzing this issue come June 9 the army officers at either and said that we are actually having a disengagement at the three hot spots that we have identified what was those three hot spots so those three watch sports were patrolling point 15 hot springs area all right finally the pangong TSO they said we will try to actually disengage at these points now this June 6 meeting actually happened in Trisha and when this June 6 meeting happened they had identified four or five points that were in a very debatable state so there were points 14 15 and 17 these were the patrolling points points 14 15 and 17 the Churchill area okay and the Hot Springs area so now they were already doing the disengagement at the three hot spots including they said along the Galvan Valley now because as we had observed earlier on May 9 they were actually started building their troops in the Galvan Valley now they said we are de-escalating it exactly after a month in fact On June 10 there came a declaration from China that they are actually working on the disengagement the Chinese media actually confirmed so everybody was actually a little bit relaxed however in fact even the army chief said that the situation is under control because these people on June 10 the army people both sides the army on June 10 they had actually had a meeting at Point or patrolling Point but rolling point 14 all right patrolling point 14 is where the current clashes have occurred in the Galvan Valley on June 10 they actually had a meeting there saying that we will deescalate and on June 15 we have this unfaithful day where our army personnel will were killed in the Galvan Valley now let's talk about the faceoff I will explain you with the help of maps where is the area of Calvin this is the oxygen area which is with China all right this is the LSE the yellow line and this red point is patrolling point or PP 14 ready skirmish actually occurred I will show you how now and why we have this DSD bureau or their book choke dalek big old e-load the our book show dollar day old the road this is what we have here right if you're not able to see the color of my pen I do not know what will exactly work here but I will try it okay this is what here it is the black line that you see running from la da stopping between at door book and till doll of day Goldie is an infrastructure that we have recently built we already had this road it's a very strategic road because it enables us to move our troops from Ladakh to that Air Base which is strategically very important for us because it protects the Chinese entry from the Karakoram pass now in 2008 we actually renewed this road and right now we just inaugurated this road a very recent phenomenon has been why did we inaugurate this road because this road actually moves along the shore ever I will show you where now this shock river actually moves around this path okay this is where the shock river actually moves around and here you get the pangong TSO so this is this red line here or rather the yellow line here is actually the shock this is the Galvan Valley or the Galvan River so you can see the Galvin meets the show here as I showed you in the satellite imagery also now this line this Ladakh road or the DST Bo Road actually used to run around what we say this road actually used to run around these shoke river now during the times of during the times of monsoon shock used to rise very high and it used to actually wash off that road so that's why we built a new road a little bit away from the shock into more into the mountainous region so that the road is not disrupted by the river the Chinese knew what we were actually doing in all this area and they had a serious problem with it why because as you can see this region the yellow identified region is very close to the line of actual control which I am drawing here again with yellow this region is very close to all this are dala the big old erode is actually very close to the LSE they had a problem with that this they thought that if India actually builds a very very motorable Road here they can easily move their troops up to the LSC whenever required so we actually cannot have business as usual that whenever we want we can raise our troops and you know come into the LSC side of india and then attack them now we cannot do them in Des getting very powerful so what did they do and what did we do and whereby I did the clash happened where it happened now coming to that point the clash actually happened almost eight kilometres near the LSE all right wealthy so once you ready there is a confluence of the choke and the dar book so it met eight kilometers away from that point where the choke meets the the sari by the Galvin meets the show now why did it happen that way so as we were telling you that on June when there was jus the military commanders said that we are having a disengagement but Indian said they were not giving out an official statement why they still wanted to check whether China was doing it or not so that distress has always been there so they said let's take a small verification army and actually go and check on them what are they doing on their side of the LSC all right so Indian side had already disengaged as per with the statements they had given in the media and what they had promised to China so they went along this road the DST be road to this point where Shope meets Galvin and to cross show to go to the point near the Elysee you have to cross a bridge which was inaugurated recently in October 29 it is called canal Chuang vention bridge named after all called after the lion of Ladakh Chuang rinchen coloured Chuang rin-chan is actually called line of Lada this bridge has been made in his memory it's a very very strategic bridge that can take our military transportation over that bridge and cross sure to go to the LSE easily now this bridge is at a height of 14,000 feet and it's a 1400 long feet bridge so the army crossed that village they went to the LSE to check upper upon the Chinese now when they were nearing this Elysee point as you can see the LSE here and this flashing pointer is very very near when the Indians went to there a small verification party when they're almost of 2030 people they check then they'd saw that inside this whole Valley the calven Valley this part Chinese had a huge military presence instead of backing down they had actually built up a huge military presence and they were actually planning something nasty and that's where the scuffle began and a few soldiers actually fell into galvan which has sub-zero temperatures so if you fall into a river which is already freezing there is hardly any chance of you living and the rest of the soldiers were killed in the physical scuffles by the Chinese military and that's where the entire Galvan faceoff happened now now what and what are some other important facts about it why was China doing yet why did we lose out here so was pangong TSO just a distraction for us we need to answer all these questions so taking about talking about that now as you can see this is the Galvan River Here I am drawing the red line here all right I will also draw a yellow line here so that you can see better this entire Galvan River is sure Chinese had a post here a little bit back then they had another post here which is the base of PLA Chinese road is visible death till this area all right very close to the LSE they have built all their highways and their roads so that means they can easily bring up their troops here and that was the reason we were actually building this road so that it's easy we are able to cross the LSE and we can protect our borders now China also has a PLA heavy Thanh base which was only 48 kilometres from the LSE all right now Chinese what they actually did was they were having military built up till here when we see in the satellite images we could see that they had this military built up here in Iran its part did not have any significant military whipped up here they were still in disengaging all right now and that's where the flashpoint happened this is the choke River and this is the Galvan River so here close to the very close to the LSE this confrontation point actually happened No as you can see here while this entire thing happened what happened why not happened can you see in this satellite images this entire area this area is full of crests all right crest means the points are very high upon the mountains so if on this area this is the LEC and these are the high mountains so if the Chinese army actually ends up occupying these high mountains or occupies our part of the territory till the bridge that we have built here on shore they will have a very easy access to us right and they also wanted to they already occupy this high area now they also wanted to occupy this high area because in started check the wars are not won by military alone ATAR is won by strategy so their strategy was to actually occupy these mountains on our side of the border and that's why they were planning the stealth operation on their side to actually surprise us and come inside now this brings us to a question that pangong TSO was actually just a you know just a mirage to play off / india that we thought okay angkong so is the only disputed area so we should resolve that and we were actually more planning our troops and our strategy around pangong TSO and then they'll surprise attack at galvan alright so maybe they're actually target was Galvan only but they were pretending or the moat or the motorboats or the standoff at finger 4 was just a pretension that might be one of the things so it is often done when armies want to occupy each other's basis in fact if you remember the movie border it was actually done by the Pakistan Army we had sent our troops to some other position but the battle happened in Loganville ah all right now so what happened next the standoff happened there might be other reasons why this actually happens once again China actually bet India in the deception game they again deceived us saying they are not doing anything and that's what they end up doing and still they haven't come out in the open telling them about their side of the fatalities they are still not giving any explanations and in India how we have proceeded is the Prime Minister immediately called a meeting of all the political parties at 5:00 p.m. today so to discuss the further course of action and so far what has happened I will tell you one by one so in June when this whole thing actually happened that is yesterday and day before yesterday around 8:00 for our Indian Defence Minister tweets condolences about the soldiers china says it does not want any more clashes whatever happened happened India says India then starts waiting Moody's response to Ladakh killings India China armies still wanted to talk about defusing tension today morning or yesterday morning Modi said our prime minister said sacrifice of soldiers won't go in vain China said that it was concerned about India building Road along Elysee okay it does not want any infrastructure along the LSE it considers as a point of aggression whereas it also has its own Jinjiang Tibet highway you all right when it built a road when it gets in at artillery it is considered to be valid it says they are just doing it for developmental purposes Chen Jian Tibet highway but when we do something it is considered as an aggression now Russia welcomes China India contact aimed at the escalation we still want to defuse the situation India China foreign ministers discuss border clash European Union ask India China to show restraint and talk we cannot have another war in this kind of crisis Russia China India postponed videoconference you cannot talk to your enemy at least somebody who has hurt your own people China demands India punish those behind the clashes China is still saying that you should go and investigate it from your side what exactly happened they still do not take responsibility for what has happened on the border protestors attempt to gather a Chinese Embassy New Delhi there is a rage across the nation we already have a lot of distrust of the Chinese and specially after the coronavirus thing come China has completely lost trust of the Indian people sir from Hindi tini bye hi we have become Hindi teeny bye-bye bye-bye to trust now contact between Indian military have already been put high alert on border contact between India and China a sign of optimism we are still trying to talk to them meeting of major generals at LOC or Elysee is inconclusive still the generals again met for the 6th of the 7th time and analyst says that India was ill-prepared to deal with assertive China as I just talked about it maybe they are Yan deceived us on the name of disengagement what was promised they actually flared up in another part of the border when they were actually just pretending that the dispute was at the pangong TSO area and finally attacked us in the Galvan Valley area this is a very very tactical maneuver that usually happens between enemy nations in times of war Indian Foreign Minister says clash will have serious repercussions we have actually won China this time we will not tolerate this but let's see what India ends up doing Indian official space soldiers obviously everybody around the nation fell deeply fell deep condolences for the soldiers that lost their lives on the border Global Times editorial accuses India of being encouraged by us now this is another thing which has come soby were actually quite confident that since the u.s. victor decided to intervene it was a news that rom decided to intervene between India and China and sort out the issue we were quite confident that maybe we have actually scared of the Chinese dragon but that that don't happen Trump has no formal plans to mediate border dispute when once this news came in the spokesperson from the US Ministry said no no we don't have any formal plans to do anything unless you ask us to we will actually not do anything India border tension which actually become a new flashpoint in South Asia which is already reeling under a lot of wall pressures lot of hostility this entire subcontinent is mired in hospital hostility so let's see what's next what are the concerns and the way forward for India it does not want China to dominate the Ridge area if it does that it will occupy very very strategic positions yet India says we will try to resolve it diplomatically but this time I believe India will not stay behind and we will give them a fitting reply that you actually cannot come inside a territory in come our people you cannot deceive us in the name of disengagement China on its hand says that we do not what India to build up and truss structure and but yet they still agree on the diplomatic talks should be initiated so let's hope better sense this situation calms down and both countries restrain from any such kind of activity on the borders because in the end we lose costly human lives at each side of the border with that I would like to close this is my telegram 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