China pulls back from Line of Actual Control; disengagement process begins

The reports of disengagement at the Line of Actual Control came just a few days ago and it was a sign of relief for both sides. The partial disengagement after almost a year-long standoff was announced by the Chinese troops near the Pangong Tso area in Ladakh. Visuals of PLA pushing back its men and machinery along the LAC are now surfacing, in which PLA can be seen dismantling their bunkers at the Line of Actual Control. The two sides finally came to a solution to the active disengagement process. More PLA troops were deployed near the South Bank of the Pangong Tso lake. Watch