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In pics | Chinese soldiers dismantle shelters as disengagement process begins at Pangong Tso

Updated : 2021-02-16 20:07:44

The Indian army has released a series of images and videos showing the progress of disengagement taking place at Pangong Tso. The development comes after India and China agreed to a monitored disengagement on both banks of the Pangong Tso.

The Indian Army has released a series of images and videos showing the progress of the disengagement process with Chinese troops at Pangong Tso. Pictured: PLA troops head towards waiting trucks (unseen) as they move out of Pangong Tso. (Image: Indian Army)
The Indian Army has released a series of images and videos showing the progress of the disengagement process with Chinese troops at Pangong Tso. Pictured: PLA troops head towards waiting trucks (unseen) as they move out of Pangong Tso. (Image: Indian Army)
The development comes after India and China agreed to a monitored disengagement at both banks of Pangong Tso. Pictured: The PLA troop moving out of the conflict zone. (Image: Indian Army)
The development comes after India and China agreed to a monitored disengagement at both banks of Pangong Tso. Pictured: The PLA troop moving out of the conflict zone. (Image: Indian Army)
The disengagement process began after nine rounds of high-level talks, following China's intrusion into Indian territory on the north of Pangong Tso lake in May 2020. Pictured: PLA troops carry loads out of their camps. (Image: Indian Army)
The disengagement process began after nine rounds of high-level talks, following China's intrusion into Indian territory on the north of Pangong Tso lake in May 2020. Pictured: PLA troops carry loads out of their camps. (Image: Indian Army)
India took on the Chinese intrusion head-on, especially after clashes in Galwan led to the death of around 20 Indian soldiers and an unspecified number of PLA troops last June.(Image: Indian Army)
India took on the Chinese intrusion head-on, especially after clashes in Galwan led to the death of around 20 Indian soldiers and an unspecified number of PLA troops last June.(Image: Indian Army)
As a counter to the Chinese intrusion, Indian troops were positioned on the Kailash Ridge, giving it a tactical advantage and domination of the Chinese garrison in Moldo as also the Spanggur gap. Pictured: PLA troops dismantling their camp. (Image: Indian Army)
As a counter to the Chinese intrusion, Indian troops were positioned on the Kailash Ridge, giving it a tactical advantage and domination of the Chinese garrison in Moldo as also the Spanggur gap. Pictured: PLA troops dismantling their camp. (Image: Indian Army)
Tensions were high on both sides and many feared that the situation could further escalate. Pictured: PLA vehicles and tanks are seen in the area. (Image: Indian Army)
Tensions were high on both sides and many feared that the situation could further escalate. Pictured: PLA vehicles and tanks are seen in the area. (Image: Indian Army)
Though the first eight rounds of military talks and meetings of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on Indo-China Border Affairs (WMCC) failed to find a solution acceptable to both sides, the ninth round led to a solution acceptable to both sides. Pictured: PLA tanks move out of the area. (Image: Indian Army)
Though the first eight rounds of military talks and meetings of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on Indo-China Border Affairs (WMCC) failed to find a solution acceptable to both sides, the ninth round led to a solution acceptable to both sides. Pictured: PLA tanks move out of the area. (Image: Indian Army)
While an agreement has been reached and announced by both countries, the critical stages of monitoring and actual withdrawal has now commenced. Pictured: PLA vehicles are seen being loaded with troops and materials as they move out of Pangong Tso. (Image: Indian Army)
While an agreement has been reached and announced by both countries, the critical stages of monitoring and actual withdrawal has now commenced. Pictured: PLA vehicles are seen being loaded with troops and materials as they move out of Pangong Tso. (Image: Indian Army)
Troops on the ground and in close contact would be the last to withdraw from the area. (Image: Indian Army)
Troops on the ground and in close contact would be the last to withdraw from the area. (Image: Indian Army)
Officials of both countries -- military and diplomatic cadres -- would remain in close contact with each other to ensure such incidents do not reoccur. (Image: Indian Army)
Officials of both countries -- military and diplomatic cadres -- would remain in close contact with each other to ensure such incidents do not reoccur. (Image: Indian Army)
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