Explained: The significance of disengagement at Hot Springs, Gogra Post in India-China conflict

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After Chinese troops’ incursion in eastern Ladakh in 2020, Patrolling Point 15 (PP15) in Hot Springs and PP17A near Gogra Post were among the four friction points between the two armies, the other two being PP14 in Galwan Valley and the north bank of Pangong Tso In a major breakthrough, the Indian and Chinese sides have started disengaging at Patrolling Point (15) in the Gogra-Hotspring region of eastern Ladakh. This comes after the armiess reached a consensus in the 16th round of the India-China Corps Commander level meet. As per PTI, there two armies are likely to set up a...