India-China armies will be withdrawn from LAC.., Indian Army Chief to reach Ladakh today
India-China armies will be withdrawn from LAC.., Indian Army Chief to reach Ladakh today

Leh: There has been a standoff between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) for almost two years. Several rounds of talks have also taken place between the two countries. Efforts are also being made to bring the relations between the two countries back on track through diplomatic channels. A week ahead of a possible meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, a sigh of relief came yesterday that the troops of both countries were withdrawing from the Gogra-Hot Springs area.

As per reports, the area will be vacated by September 12. Indian Army Chief Manoj Pandey himself is going to visit Ladakh today to inspect the situation. Let us tell you that the 16th round of meeting between the two countries was held on 17 July. India is expected to issue a statement on the issue soon. Government sources said soon after the talks that it was likely that India could move its post towards the Karam Singh Hill feature. At the same time, Chinese soldiers can go back to the north.

Let us inform you that in May 2020, the Chinese Army tried to change the status quo on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Since then the soldiers of both countries are standing opposite each other near Patrolling Point 15. Last month, the armies of India and China held a division commander-level meeting. Both the countries discussed in detail to maintain peace on the LAC in the Ladakh sector.

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