NEW DELHI, Aug 4: As China's commitment for disengagement at the border in Eastern Ladakh remains unsatisfactory, India has directed its armed forces to prepare for a long haul, sources said on Tuesday.
The revelation came during a review meeting on Tuesday afternoon in the South Block as deliberation took place over the fifth round of Corps Commander level talks.
The members of the China Study Group along with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met to discuss the results of dialogue during the fifth round of Corps Commander level talks.
Sources said that Chinese disengagement plan at Pangong Lake and Depsang remains "unsatisfactory".
It was also decided that there was no question of diluting India's stand. � IANS