Ladakh | As Indian army and PLA disengage in Gogra-Hot Springs, New Delhi spotlights other friction points of Ladakh dgtl

After the Gogra-Hot Spring area, this time New Delhi is active in withdrawing Chinese troops from the remaining disputed areas of eastern Ladakh. According to official sources, the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) core commanders have discussed issues of ‘disengagement’ and ‘de-escalation’ to reduce tensions along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The matter may be discussed in the next meeting.

A specific proposal was made by the Indian Army at the 16th meeting of the Corps Commander level on July 17 to speed up the withdrawal of troops from the ‘conflict points’ of the LAC where the Chinese Army is still present. Based on this discussion, planned withdrawal of troops from Gogra-Hotspring (Patrolling Point-15) has started from Thursday. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Friday, “By September 12, the troop withdrawal phase will be completed in the area.”

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Both sides expressed hope that this move would maintain peace in the border area. According to army sources, the next phase will involve discussions on ‘disengagement’ and ‘de-escalation’ in parts of the finger area north of Demchak and Pangong Lakes. In some parts of the Finger area, the process of reducing the number of troops and withdrawing troops from face-to-face positions has already been completed based on the ‘Working Mechanism on Coordination and Consultation’ meeting.

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Incidentally, after the bloody clashes in the Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh on June 15, 2020, talks are ongoing at the military and diplomatic levels to reduce tension in the LAC. The move to restore peace in the Gogra and hot spring areas is believed to have raised the possibility of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping sitting next week at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Uzbekistan.

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