The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) troops are sitting at various disputed and friction points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
Apart from that they have been raising unacceptable points before India.
"The meeting happened for almost one-and-a-half-hours in South Block," a source told IANS.
The de-escalation of troops at the LAC has stopped for now as the disengagement talks between India and China have hit a roadblock.
China has refused to move back from its present military position north of the Pangong Tso and Depsang.
The PLA has refused to pull back eastwards from the 8-km stretch it has occupied from Finger-4 to Finger-8 by building scores of new fortifications there since early May.
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