Chinese Pullback In Ladakh Disengagement To Be Completed Soon

First close-up images of Chinese pullback in Ladakh’s Pangong sectors — clear view of troops dismantling bunkers, vehicles moving goods, bulldozers breaking defences etc.

Indian high-def cameras keeping tabs on every step. Each vehicle, bunker, tank & troop watched and validated in a pullback. Tomorrow the crucial Phase 1 review between both sides.

“The formal agreement details the exact steps each side will take for complete Phase-I disengagement. Each step is being verified both physically on the ground as well as through electronic surveillance through drones, including quadcopters, and satellites,” the official said. 

Image Credit | Twitter @ShivAroor

On the north bank of the Pangong Lake, which is frozen now, Indian soldiers are now pulling back westwards in phases to their Dhan Singh Thapa post between Finger 2 and Finger 3 (mountainous spurs). PLA troops, in turn, are withdrawing to their old positions east of Finger 8 at Sirijap.

Shiv Aroor

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