China Withdrew 10,000 Troops From The Other Side Of LAC In Eastern Ladakh

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The Chinese army has withdrawn 10,000 soldiers from the interior of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. Official sources said Monday that China has withdrawn about 10,000 troops from its traditional training areas on the other side in the eastern Ladakh sector. However, on several fronts in the front line areas of LAC, soldiers from both India and China are stationed face to face. Meanwhile, India has returned a Chinese soldier caught on LAC three days ago.

Deployment was increased from April to May

It may be known that from April last year in East Ladakh, China had increased its troops on LAC. Sensing the aggressive attitude of China, India also deployed a large number of its troops as a precaution. The two countries continued to negotiate to end the deadlock over the LAC. In the talks, China used to talk about withdrawing its troops but does not follow it. Now the matter of recalling troops from China has come once again.

Deployment of heavy weapons remains intact

However, sources also say that heavy arms deployment on LAC from China still persists. Sources say that extreme winters could also be a reason for the removal of troops from the deep areas on the LAC. Deploying large numbers of troops in extremely cold areas is a big challenge. However, it is difficult to say if there will be a rise in temperature in the month of February-March, then whether China will again deploy its troops on LAC or not… It is difficult to believe in China so soon.

Talks continue in both countries

Recently, Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said that India-China diplomats are constantly communicating on the issue of reducing tension on LAC. Not only this, the Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Senior Colonel Tan Kefei had said that India and China on the ninth round of Commander level meeting on the issue of withdrawal of troops from LAC. Are talking

India returned Chinese soldiers

Meanwhile, India has returned a Chinese soldier caught on LAC three days ago. According to a statement issued by the army, this Chinese soldier was handed over to the PLA in the morning (10:10 am) at the Chushul-Moldo military camp on LAC in Ladakh. Let us know that on January 8, this Chinese soldier was caught on the southern side of Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh.

Chinese soldier was caught in Ladakh

The Indian Army immediately took possession of him and followed the military protocol and started interrogating him and also informed the Chinese army about the custody of his soldier who had infiltrated the border and entered India. When his soldier was caught, China clarified that he had accidentally gone into the Indian border by wandering in the dark, demanding his release from India. The military and military agencies handed over the Chinese soldier to China on Monday after extensive questioning and investigation.

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