17.1 C
New Delhi
December 4, 2023
News Bridge

India, China Disengage From Gogra Post In Eastern Ladakh

Tawqeer Hussain

In a major breakthrough, India and China agreed to disengage in eastern Ladakh’s Gogra region, restoring the Line of Actual Control in the area, the Indian Army said on Friday.

According to the statement issued by the Indian Army, India and China has pulled off their respective forces from the friction point after a ‘year-long sensitive stand off’ along the Line of Actual Control

“The disengagement procedure, which included both sides removing all temporary structures and other associated infrastructure and returning the landform to its pre-stand-off state, took place over two days, on August 4 and 5,” reads the statement.

The disengagement occurred in eastern Ladakh, at Patrol Point 17A.

“All temporary structures and other allied infrastructure created in the area by both sides have been dismantled and mutually verified. The landform in the area has been restored by both sides to the pre-standoff period,” the statement adds.

With the resolution in Gogra, India and China have now backed down in four of the six flashpoints – the others being Galwan and North and South banks of the Pangong Lake. The standoffs in Depsang and Hot Springs continue.

Related posts

Russia developed S-400 air defence system to arrive in India by December


Ukraine Crisis: India Asks Its Citizens To Leave


DC Comics ‘Injustice’ Calls Kashmir ‘Disputed Territory’, Faces Social Media Backlash


Sri Lanka: Massive Protests Mount Pressure On President Rajapaksa To Quit


Leaked Report Claims China Encroaching Along Nepal Border


Quad A Force For Global Good: PM Modi At First In-Person Leaders Summit


Leave a Comment