The Chinese Global Times has denied reports of the withdrawal of Lake Pangong from Finger 4, the Chinese newspaper said, adding that it was not agreed to withdraw troops from the front lines in eastern Ladakh. The retirement news is false
The official Chinese horn Global Times denied reports of the withdrawal of Lake Pangong from Finger 4. The Chinese newspaper said that no agreement had been reached on the withdrawal of Indian and Chinese troops, tanks, guns and guns. armed vehicles from the forward fronts in eastern Ladakh. Global Times cited sources as claiming that such reports in Indian media were false. Global Times said it was not helpful for both sides to achieve their set goals.
Earlier reports had indicated that as mutually agreed after talks between the two countries, the PLA will now push its 8-finger troops eastward while Indian soldiers will be facing west on Dhan post. Singh Thapa between Finger 2 and Finger 3. Will return to This work will be done step by step. The area from Finger 3 to Finger 8 will be like a buffer zone that no one will patrol.
Media gives false information to satisfy national nationalism
The Global Times cited sources as saying there has been good progress after the eighth round of talks but news of the pullout in Indian media is incorrect. The Chinese newspaper alleged that the Indian media were giving false information to satisfy national nationalism. In previous discussions, discussions have taken place on how the forces of the two countries would withdraw from Lake Pangong. The Chinese newspaper alleged that India had an “ unrealistic ” view of LAC and unilaterally believed that Finger was a patrol zone 4-8.
Chinese expert Kian Feng said what the Indian media has said to step back is the interpretation of the previous dialogue itself. He said it was not the final plan. He said that in view of the festive Diwali festival of the Hindus, India wants to put pressure on China and release its people from this pressure. Feng claimed that the Indian military was having great difficulty maintaining the supply line due to the cold.
There will be a separate discussion on the Despang region
Earlier reports had indicated that there would be separate talks on the Despang Plains. Here, Chinese soldiers have prevented Indian soldiers from reaching their traditional patrol points for the past six months. A source said Despang’s problem is chronic. The first priority is to end the stalemate in the Pengong-Chusul Lake area. The time-bound process to end it can begin this month, provided its framework is decided. For this, daily talks take place via the hotline. At the same time, the next round of talks with Corps Commander Level is also due to take place.