India China Disengagement: Big decision of India-China! Withdrawal of troops from both countries from Gogra-Hot Spring patrolling point in Ladakh

India-China Army In Ladakh : The tension between India and China on the Ladakh border that has been going on for many years has been resolved. After talks between the two countries, the dispute has been resolved and now the Indian and Chinese troops have started withdrawing from the Gogra-Hot Spring Patrol Point 15 (PP-15) area. Both the countries have decided to withdraw their troops after successful discussions in the 16th round of India China Corps Commander level meeting. 

India, China begin disengagement in Gogra-Hot springs area of ​​LAC in Ladakh

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The LAC was disputed between the two countries for the past two years. Although the dispute over the Ladakh border has been resolved, tension remains over old flash points like  Depsang Plain and Demchok. In the 16th round meeting held today, both countries agreed to withdraw their troops. In this regard, the Ministry of Defense said that as per the agreement reached in the 16th round of Indo-China Corps Commander level meeting, the Indian and Chinese forces withdrew in a coordinated and planned manner from the Gogra-Hotsprings (PP-15) area today. It has been decided to withdraw troops in mutual coordination. This decision is conducive to peace in the border areas.

According to the Ministry of Defence, the 16th round of India China Corps Commander level meeting was held today. After a successful discussion in this meeting, both the countries decided to withdraw their troops. The two countries have resolved the dispute through an agreement. 

 In April-May 2020, the armies of the two countries came face-to-face after the Chinese army tried to intrude at several places along the border. This created a lot of tension. For the past two years, relations between the two countries have been strained due to this incident. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had also recently said that relations between India and China are very tense at present. Jaishankar had commented on the relationship between the two countries on the Galwan Valley incident.  

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