Mumbai: The disengagement process between the Indian and Chinese armies was completed on Wednesday at Patrolling Point 15 and Chinese troops went back about 2 kilometers ANI reported.
ANI quoted its sources saying, “The disengagement between the Indian and Chinese armies is completed today at Patrolling Point 15. Chinese troops have gone back about 2 kilometers.”
Army sources said that between the two sides in Hot Springs and Gogra began on Monday.
Sources said that the Chinese army started demolishing its structure from Sunday.
Army sources said that under mutual disengagement, the two sides would disband and go 1-1.5 km behind from the friction points.
After the disintegration process is completed, the two armies are likely to negotiate further to take this process further.
India and China have agreed that complete restoration of peace and tranquility was necessary to ensure the complete disintegration of troops along the LAC and de-escalation from the India-China border areas.
Sources in the Indian Army said on Monday that the Chinese military had removed tents, vehicles, and troops at a distance of 1-2 kilometers from the locations from where disengagement was agreed upon at Corps Commander-level talks, Indian Army sources said on Monday.
India has also gone 1-2 km from the location. However, Chinese heavy armored vehicles still exist in the deepest areas in the Galwan River region.
The Indian Army is continuously monitoring the situation with caution, Army sources informed.
(With ANI Inputs)