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China withdrew 90 per cent of the troops posted in the Ladakh sector on the Indian border – Whidbey Daily News

Extreme cold in the eastern Ladakh sector has badly affected Chinese troops. Therefore, 90 per cent of the troops now deployed in the eastern Ladakh sector near the Indian border have been withdrawn by China.

New Delhi. Tensions remain high between India and China on the eastern Ladakh border. In the midst of these tensions, China is busy hatching a negative conspiracy against India. However, Indian troops are diligently deployed and thwart every conspiracy.

At the same time, 90 per cent of the troops deployed near the Indian border have been withdrawn by China. Extreme cold in the eastern Ladakh sector has badly affected Chinese troops. Therefore, the Chinese military People’s Liberation Army has withdrawn 90 percent of its troops.

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According to reports, in April-May last year, China deployed more than 50,000 troops in eastern Ladakh amid ongoing conflict between India and China. After this, there were ongoing negotiations between the two countries regarding the deployment of troops in the Pangong Lake area and despite the withdrawal of limited troops, China kept a large number of troops deployed.

According to media reports, citing sources, “China has called in new troops from the hinterland to replace the troops present there over the past year. About 90 per cent of the troops have been withdrawn as part of the relocation.”

The reports further said that the reason for this rotation of troops is that Chinese troops have been badly affected by the extreme cold and other related issues facing the Lat latitude areas. Previously, even during deployments at the Friction Point in the Pangong Lake area, Chinese troops were rotated on an almost daily basis to high-altitude posts. This severely restricted their movement.

India withdraws 40-50 per cent of its troops every year

Let me tell you that India deploys troops in high altitude areas for a period of two years and then 40-50 per cent of the troops are withdrawn every year. In these circumstances, the tenure of ITBP employees is sometimes more than two years.

Since April-May last year, India and China have deployed large armies against each other in eastern Ladakh and other areas along the Line of Actual Control. In many places, the two sides have come face to face due to China’s aggression.

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Indian troops reacted after the Chinese attack and forced them to stay in the area. Earlier this year, both sides agreed to vacate their space in the Pangong Lake area and stop patrolling there. However, the troops withdrawn from these places have remained close to both sides and further tensions from both sides continue.

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