October 20, 2021

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Ladakh disengagement breakthrough! Chinese to withdraw to Finger 8, PLA tanks to retreat


The entire disengagement process is expected to be completed by April-May, 2021.

New Delhi: In a big development as regards disengagement talks between India and China are concerned, Times Now has learned that the People’s Liberation Army has agreed to withdraw to Finger 8 on the north bank of Pangong Tso (lake) in eastern Ladakh.
China has agreed to retreat to Finger 8, which as per India is the Line of Actual Control in Pangong Tso area.
The agreement has been reached as part of the military and diplomatic talks that have been going on between the two armies and countries for months now.
The entire disengagement process is expected to be completed by April-May, 2021.
As part of the process, the first step would be for Chinese and Indian troops to retreat from contact points, where the troops are positioned very close to each other.
Then, the Chinese troops, who have come forward and occupied areas till Finger 4, will withdraw from North Bank of Pangong Tso in three phases – 33% each time.
Further, around 400 Chinese tanks will go back first from the Spanggur gap on the south bank of Pangong Tso. There are an enormous number of Chinese tanks and armoured vehicles in Spanggur gap and Depsang area of eastern Ladakh.
All this will take a long, long time and entire disengagement will likely happen by April-May, 2021. Nothing has so far happened on the ground.

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