Armies begin to withdraw from Hot Springs and Gogra


New Delhi: Indian and Chinese Army are face to face for the last two months in Galvan Valley of East Ladakh. After which talks between the two days, both the armies have started going back by mutual consent. According to information received from army sources, the Indian and Chinese forces have started withdrawing from Hot Springs and Gogra tomorrow, which is expected to be completed in the coming days.

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According to the information received, the Chinese army started demolishing its structures from yesterday. The two sides will disband and go 1-1.5 km behind the disputed site. Further talks are expected to be held only after the process of disintegration of both the armies is completed.

Explain that for the past several days, China had adopted its obstinate position on the border, after which India also started responding to the tough position of China in its own language. In this series, Prime Minister Modi gave a very strong and strict reply to the Chinese government by visiting Ladakh on July 3. After seeing this changed form of India, China was forced to bow down.

Talk between Ajit Doval and Chinese Foreign Minister
On Monday, amidst tensions at the border, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval spoke to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi via video. During this, both of them insisted on keeping peace in the Indo-China border areas by mutual agreement and not to let the differences become a dispute, together agreed to start talking for a permanent solution.