Big claim about Chinese intrusion, India lost access to 26 patrolling points in eastern Ladakh

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India has lost its presence in 26 of the 65 Patrolling Points (PPs) in eastern Ladakh, which were regularly patrolled by Indian security forces. At present there are 65 patrolling points starting from Karakoram Pass till Chumur where regular patrolling is to be done by the Indian Armed Forces.

A big news related to Chinese intrusion in the Indian border is coming out. India has lost presence at 26 out of 65 patrolling points in eastern Ladakh. According to a research paper by a senior police officer, India has lost its presence in 26 of the 65 Patrolling Points (PPs) in eastern Ladakh, which were regularly patrolled by Indian security forces. At present there are 65 patrolling points starting from Karakoram Pass till Chumur where regular patrolling is to be done by the Indian Armed Forces.

The document was prepared by senior IPS officer PD Nitya, who is the Superintendent of Police (Leh-Ladakh). Nitya has said that the Chinese have a strong economic and strategic need in the eastern border area and are aggressively seeking to dominate the unfenced areas marked by the PP on the Indian side to stake their claim on the area for further dominance. are building their army. The research paper was presented at the Annual All India Conference of DGPs/IGPs in Delhi last week.

Out of 65 patrolling points, our presence in 26 PPs has ended. 5-17. This situation has happened due to no patrolling by the Indian security forces on 24-32, 37. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army has taken advantage of the buffer zones in the de-escalation talks by installing the best cameras on the highest peaks and monitoring the movement of our troops. The report said that the peculiar condition can be seen in Chushul, Black Top, Helmet Top mountains, Demchok, Kakjung, Gogra hills in hot springs and Depsang plains near Chip Chap river.

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