In the first signs of a drawback of the Chinese troops along the disputed Line of Actual Control (LAC), Chinese troops have reportedly “shifted” over a kilometre from the site of the June 15 violent clashes at Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh. The relocation of troops has taken place on both sides with India also moving back its soldiers in tense Galwan. As per sources, the pullback started as per agreed terms in the Corp Commander-level talks. A buffer zone has been created between the Indian and Chinese troops to avoid escalation, sources have told India Today TV.The buffer zone is equidistant from both sides. Temporary structures have also been removed by China. “PLA seen removing tents and structures at Patrol Point 14,” the source said.
Source: Chinese, Indian troops pull back from clash site in Galwan, buffer zone made to prevent escalation