New Delhi. Big news related to India-China disengagement has come out. The process of India-China disengagement has begun ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the SCO summit in Uzbekistan. Issuing an official statement in this regard, the Ministry of External Affairs said that the disengagement at Gogra-Hot Springs Point PP-15 will be completed by September 12. Both countries are monitoring this process. Apart from this, temporary bunkers will also be removed from PP-15. A day before the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs, the troops of both the countries have agreed to withdraw from Patrolling Point 15. This decision was taken after 16 rounds of commander level talks. It is to be known that in the areas over which there was a dispute for the last two years in eastern Ladakh, patrolling point-15 was the last disputed area left.
SCO summit PM Modi and Chinese President may meet, but before that it has been reported that the disengaging work in PP 15 of Eastern Ladakh will be completed by September 12. That is, what started from tomorrow will end by September 12 and all the temporary structures that have been built by the army of both the countries will be removed. That is, the situation which was seen during the disengagement in April 2020, the same situation will be seen once again.
India, China to dismantle, verify temporary structures in Gogra-Hot springs area of LAC: MEA
— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) September 9, 2022
Let us tell you that for the past several days there has been tension between China and Taiwan. America is also supporting Taiwan. In such a situation, China does not want to spoil its relations with India and Taiwan in any way and this may be the reason why there was a 16-round commander level meeting, in which China agreed that the one who was on PP 15 Tension was going on, Chinese soldiers should be withdrawn from there too.