No contradictions between PM Modi’s remarks and Defence Ministry’s report

There are no contradictions between the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks in June and the Defence Ministry’s report about the situation along LAC in Eastern Ladakh, top government sources said.
The sources said confusion was being created by the parties with vested interests to misrepresent Prime Minister Modi’s remarks at the All-Party Meeting on June 19
Such anti-national elements are using the Defence Ministry report for “insidious purpose” and efforts are being made to conflate the MoD report with PM’s statement of June 19 “are obviously politically motivated”. This report has information about the transgressions by China into Indian territory at different locations in eastern Ladakh.
Sources said such attempts by miscreants just bolster the power of the adversaries who are rattled by India’s increased border infrastructure development in strategically sensitive geographies.
In fact, Indian Government has never denied Chinese attempts to transgress the LAC, change facts on the ground or alter the status quo. There have been a series of talks – foreign ministers, special representatives, corps commanders and WMCC, during which Indian interlocutors have strongly emphasised the need for complete disengagement of troops along LAC and de-escalation from India-China border areas.
Senior veterans, retired diplomats and eminent members of the strategic community have expressed deep concerns over the attempts being made to take Modi’s statements out of context and play politics at the expense of our armed forces.
During the all-party meeting that was called to discuss the situation along the India-China border on June 19, Modi had said that there was no intrusion into Indian territory.
Prime Minister’s remarks were about localized events of June 15 in Galwan valley during which there was clash between Indian and Chinese troops, sources said.
The documents that were posted by Defence Minister online had admitted transgressions by the Chinese Army into the Indian territory in different parts of Eastern Ladakh including Pangong Tso, Gogra and Kungrang Nala areas. It was later removed from the website. The Indian government and Prime Minister have received criticism over border tensions with China from opposition leader.