China’s tactics have once again been exposed on the Line of Actual Control. It is reported that the Chinese forces have retreated from the places of confrontation, but the distance that was set for the buffer zone has not been followed by the Chinese army. Also the Chinese army has not retreated even from Finger-5 in Pengong.
In the talks between the two countries after the violent clash, it was decided that the forces of the two countries had to retreat 1.5 km from Galvani Valley, Gogra, Hot Springs. Thus a buffer zone of three kilometers would be formed in the middle. In the meeting of military commanders on June 30, there was talk of creating this temporary buffer zone so that the current confrontation could be avoided.
In the media reports in the middle, claims were made that the Chinese army had retreated two-three km. But this has not really happened in all places. Government sources said that the Chinese Army was required to retreat from all three places, but according to the agreement, the PLA has not moved back by one and a half km in Hot Springs and Gogra . Although retreated into the Galvan Valley, no such updates have taken place in other parts.
The military retreat was also to be confirmed under a military commanders meeting. The Indian Army has confirmed and found that the Chinese Army needs to retreat further. Sources associated with the army said that this process will take time. There may be some more meetings on this issue in the coming days. Army sources said the deadlock may remain as long as the forces do not retreat from the conflict zones. China has to take initiative in this.