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India, China complete disengagement in Hot Springs region

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may meet President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of two-day SCO meet in Uzbekistan this week.











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New Delhi | Updated: September 13, 2022 8:09:12 pm



































Indian Army's Exercise Parvat Prahar in eastern Ladakh, amid the disengagement with China in the Gogra Heights-Hot Springs area on the LAC. (PTI)Indian and Chinese troops have completed the disengagement process at Patrolling Point-15 in the Gogra-Hot Springs region of eastern Ladakh, sources in the military establishment said on Tuesday.

The process was completed by Tuesday afternoon, sources said. Earlier in the day, sources had said that the process was still ongoing.

Last week, the government had said that the disengagement process in this area started at 8.30am Thursday (September 8) and will be completed by Monday (September 12). But the process was completed a day later than expected, today on September 13.

The six-day process had five components: stopping of “forward deployments”; return of troops of both sides to their respective areas; dismantling of “all temporary structures and other allied infrastructure”; restoring “landforms in the area” to pre-standoff positions by both sides; stopping of forward deployment in a “phased, coordinated and verified manner”, and ensuring structures are “dismantled and mutually verified”.

Top government sources had told The Indian Express that strict instructions had been given to local Army commanders and officers to “verify” each movement. It is learnt that instructions had also been issued to commanders to complete the entire process in a calm manner, and not escalate tension in the area. The idea was to not have any untoward incident, sources had said, hinting at the Galwan clashes which took place over disengagement at PP-14 in June 2020.

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-china-complete-disengagement-in-hot-springs-region-8149102/


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