India China LAC Row: A proper step has been taken by both the countries in the direction of reducing the increasing tension between India and China. India-China troops have started withdrawing from Gogra and Hot Springs in Ladakh. This information was given by the Ministry of External Affairs.
In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, it was said that the process of withdrawal of armies of both countries from the Gogra-Hot Springs area started from 8 September, which will be completed by 12 September. Both sides have agreed to stop the deployment of troops to the region in a phased and verified manner, as a result of which troops from both sides have been returned to their respective areas.
Disengagement process begins
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in response to a question regarding the withdrawal of troops from the Gogra-Hot Springs area that India and Chinese troops have agreed to join the Ladakh region after the 16th round of military talks. The retreat from Gogra-Hot Springs has begun. He told that on July 17, this decision was taken in the talks of the Corps Commander level in the Indian territory of Chishul and now the process of disengagement has started.
During the talks between the military officers of the two countries, it was also agreed to resolve the India-China border dispute on the LAC. According to which, the armies of both countries will retreat from Gogra-Hotsprings (PP-15). This will help in maintaining calm and trust on the border between the two countries. Let us tell you that on Thursday, September 8, a joint statement was issued by both the countries saying that the armies of both the countries will withdraw from this point in a planned manner. Let us tell you that even before this, the armies of both the countries withdrew from the patrolling point 17 of Pangong Lake in February 2021 and Gogra-Hot Spring in August the same year.
Galwan Valley Violent Clashes
Let us tell you that in June 2020, there was a violent clash between the armies of both the countries in Galvan Valley. In which 20 soldiers of India were martyred and about 40 to 45 soldiers of China were killed. China has deployed more than 50 thousand soldiers in eastern Ladakh since the conflict with India. India has also deployed its troops to respond to China’s antics.
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