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Confrontation In Eastern Ladakh Continues


NEW DELHI: India and China have progressively removed some troops from the “depth areas” along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh due to the harsh winter, but there has been no de-induction of soldiers ranged against each other in an eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation on the frontlines.

China has de-inducted around 10,000 soldiers from their “traditional training areas” around 150 to 200-km from the LAC, with India following suit with “a mirror reduction” from its depth areas, said defence ministry sources on Monday.

But the operational situation remains as grim as ever on the front in Pangong Tso, Chushul, Gogra-Hotsprings and Depsang Plains despite freezing conditions, with temperatures even dipping to -30 degree Celsius at some heights, and oxygen deprivation in the high-altitude area.

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