News National Disengagement with China's PLA begins as per agreed terms

Disengagement with China’s PLA begins as per agreed terms

Disengagement with China's PLA.
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According to DD News, disengagement with China’s PLA has begun as per the agreed terms. People’s Liberation Army has been seen removing their tents and structures at PP14. PP14 stands for Patrol Point 14, is the place where Galwan faceoff took place.

Rearward movement of Chinese Army vehicles also seen at Galwan, Hotsprings and Gorga. Chinese Army pulled back their troops atleast 1.5 KMs back, from their position.

Earlier, PLA’s 12 KMs reverse movement was reported by different agencies.

Disengagement with China’s PLA in Past

In 1962, Chinese troops were withdrawn from Galwan Post and Government had understood it as the effect of their warning. After days of PLA withdrawal from Galwan, People’s Liberation Army came back and entered Indian border.

As of now, Indian citizens are considering this as the effect of Economical hit, given by GoI. Government of India had banned 59 mobile apps, including TikTok, Weibo, Vigo Video, Likee. Other than the apps ban, State Government of India was pulling back the contract, given to Chinese companies.

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