Dragon Battered By India’s Tough Stand On Border Dispute, Chinese Army Retreated By 3 Points Of LAC

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New Delhi: India and China have agreed to resolve the deadlock that has arisen on three points of the eastern Ladakh border. On this, the initiative to withdraw Chinese troops has started on Wednesday. According to the latest information, now Chinese troops have retreated from Galvan Valley, Petrol Point 14, 15 and 17A and Pangong Tso-Finger 4. According to sources, Chinese soldiers have gone 500 meters behind in all 3 areas. On 15 June, at Petrol Point 14 of Galvan Valley, a skirmish between India and China, Chinese troops have been seen returning up to 20 km on the Chinese side of the LAC.

According to the information received, India is vigilantly keeping an eye on China and is also taking stock of the ground situation from time to time. On Monday, the India-China corps commander level meeting was held in Moldo area for 11 hours. In the meeting, the two countries had agreed to retreat. There was also a positive dialogue between the two countries.

On 6 June, there was a meeting between the two countries on the issue of repelling forces. At the same time, on June 15, there was a violent clash between India and Chinese troops on the Ladakh border. According to India, on June 15, the LAC in Galvan Valley had a violent struggle unilaterally trying to change the border through construction on behalf of China. In this struggle, there were casualties on both sides. After the face-off in Ladakh, military talks have been held between the two countries about 8 times to restore the situation.

Let us tell you that since May 2020, China has been obstructing India’s petrol in the LAC area in Ladakh. In mid-May, China attempted to move the LAC to other areas in the western part of the India-China border. To which Indian soldiers gave a befitting reply.

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