China removes more than 200 tanks from LAC in two days
China removes more than 200 tanks from LAC in two days

Leh: The ongoing nine-month stalemate between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh has begun to ease. There is an important agreement between the two countries for this. India and China reached an agreement to withdraw the frontiers on the northern and southern sides of Pangong Lake and on Wednesday morning the troops of the two countries began retreating. According to media reports, China has lifted more than 200 tanks in just two days after the settlement negotiations.

It is being told that in the next 15 days, China will completely vacate the area of Pangong Tso. After this, the Indian government will insist on evacuating other areas. In the Upper House on Thursday, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh had told that the Chinese Army has agreed to retreat from Finger Eight. Officials now said that the initial disbandment of Indian and Chinese troops is confined to Pangong Lake and it may take another two weeks for both armies to return to their original deployment.

Once this process is over, there will be a Corps Commander-level meeting within 48 hours, with other deadlocked locations such as Hot Springs, Gogra and the 900 sq km Depsang Maidan. Rajnath Singh said in the Rajya Sabha, 'There are still some outstanding issues regarding deployment and patrolling at some other points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. These will be the focus of further discussion with the Chinese side.' 

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