New Delhi: Day after India and China agreed that both sides should take guidance from the consensus of the leaders that maintenance of peace and tranquillity along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) was essential for the further development of bilateral relations, the disengagement process between the two armies started at Hot Springs and Gogra in Galwan valley on Monday and is expected to be completed at both locations in few days, Indian Army sources informed.
Meanwhile, according to sources quoted by NDTV, China has withdrawn troops by 2 km in contested parts of Ladakh near the tense Galwan river valley including Hot Springs.
Chinese withdrawal of troops at Gogra (Patrol Point 17A) will be completed by tomorrow, according to the report.
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