India to pull back troops from Ladakh

Reportedly, India and China continue to engage through diplomatic channels.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, an official statement issued by the Indian media states, that the two countries, namely China and India, continue to engage by means of diplomatic and military channels.

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Experts believe, it is another way of saying that China has no plans to withdraw its troops from the Occupied territory, in Ladakh. It is to be noted that if this continues, India may be forced to remove its own troops from the area.

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In a post on social networking site, Twitter, Pakistani journalist Farzana Shah has stated, that reports of Indian troops moving back from the territory have been confirmed. She added, “No talks on #GalwanValley by China. How Delhi going to play perception management now? More fake satellite imagery?”

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Meanwhile, a social media user also tweeted that “China refuse to pull back from Ladakh & ask Endia to peacefully vacate parts of Ladakh”.

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News Line IFE also posted a similar tweet, “#Beijing will not give up an inch of territory but wants “good-neighbourly relations” with New Delhi even as it warned India must not be “fooled by #Washington #US relationship”.

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