New Delhi: In a major development, the two armies have agreed to disengage from parts of the eastern Ladakh region. The two countries will resume their positions by April, which may soon resolve the India-China border conflict. -Timetable for May this year.
The plan for disengagement between the two parties was discussed at the 8th Army Commander-level meeting held in Chushul on November 6.
According to the disengagement plan to be implemented in three steps next week, armored vehicles (including tanks and manned vehicles) will be evacuated from the frontline deployment to a long distance from the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the source told ANI.
According to discussions, the separation of tanks and armored personnel carriers will take place within a day. The meeting was held on November 6th. The Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Naveen Shrivastava (Naveen Shrivastava) and Brigadier General Gary, Director of the General Directorate of Military Operations participated in the meeting.
In the second step carried out near the north shore of Lake Pan Gong, the two sides should withdraw about 30% of their troops every day within three days. The Indian side will approach its post of Administrator Dhan Singh Thapa, and the Chinese agreed to return to their position east of Finger 8.
In the third and final step, the two sides will withdraw from their respective positions along the southern bank of the Pangong Lake region from the front line, including the highlands and territories surrounding the Chushule and Rezangla regions.
The two sides also agreed to establish a joint mechanism to verify the progress of the disengagement process through delegation meetings and the use of drones.
After the conflict in the Galvan Valley in June this year, India is taking very cautious actions because of the many trust deficits with China. At that time, 20 Indian soldiers were killed and many Chinese soldiers (including commanders) were killed. Killed by the Indian army.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) trusted security team, including National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval (Ajit Doval), Chief of Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, Army Commander-in-chief Manoj Mukund Naravane and Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria have taken strong military measures, such as occupying the dominant heights of LAC along the south and north shores of Pangong Lake, including the Ane La and Que La features.
China has mobilized its troops to deploy on a large scale in Latin America and the Caribbean, and has stepped into multiple locations in India.
In order to retaliate strongly, India mobilized reserve divisions from the nearby Himalayas and plains, mobilizing nearly 60,000 troops for frontline deployment. The Indian Air Force quickly deployed to the front line, fighter jets and attack helicopters were ready to open fire, while Garoud special forces deployed in the approach area with the Igla air defense system to wipe out all approaching enemy aircraft.