It is more than two months now after the incident that took place in Galwan Valley, and India on August 27, called for reciprocal action on disengagement while China on the other hand has said that the troops have made progress on the ground at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
“Complete disengagement requires re-deployment of troops by each side towards their regular posts on their respective sides of the LAC. It is natural that this can be done only through mutually agreed reciprocal actions and…important to bear in mind that achieving this requires agreed actions by both sides,” said Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Shrivastava.
Meanwhile, Spokesperson of Chinese Defence Ministry Senior Colonel Wu Qian has claimed that there has been progress made by the troops, to which Indian government sources have said that no fresh disengagement has taken place on part of China on the ground.
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