Chinese army retreated into Galvan valley…

Galvan Valley of Ladakh

After nearly two months of border dispute between China and India in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh, the Chinese army has finally been forced to retreat. Chinese troops have retreated from their place after pressure from India. The Indian Army has also retreated from its position. News agency ANI has reported that Chinese troops are ready to retreat due to 48 hours of intense diplomatic discussion, military engagement and contact. The NNI said that these meetings were followed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Leh, which sent a decisive and firm message to China. Sources in the Indian Army have said that in line with the decision taken at the Corps Commander level meeting on the border dispute, the Chinese Army has retreated tents, vehicles and troops 1-2 kilometers from the disputed area. Chinese troops have retreated from Patrolling Point 14. Please tell that there was a clash between the soldiers of the two countries here. Tension has continued at the border since then. Let us tell you what happened in the last two months.


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