After nearly eight months since Chinese incursions in eastern Ladakh triggered a military standoff, India and China have initiated disengagement. Satellite images and other sources of information confirm the withdrawal of Chinese PLA troops from the buffer zone along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
In an exclusive interview with India Today, Commander of the Indian Army’s Northern Command Lt General YK Joshi said that disengagement has been smooth so far. Asked about the status quo in eastern Ladakh, Lt Gen YK Joshi said, \”Finger 8 is our claim line. The PLA is moving all its forces behind Finger 8…As far as I am concerned, it is absolutely win-win situation for the nation and the Indian Army.