China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

China TV, Attempting Propaganda On Ladakh, Helps Boost India's Claim

A programme on CCTV-4, the Chinese state broadcaster, ran satellite images last night which, it said, pick up an Indian helicopter pad and camps on the Galwan River at Patrol Point 14, located at a height of about 14,000 feet above sea level in the Western Himalayas.

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China's aggression at the border in Ladakh is reportedly triggered by India's changes to improve infrastructure including the construction of new roads to make travel for its soldiers easier. Yesterday, both sides thinned out their men in the Galwan, Hot Springs and Gogra areas by creating a "buffer" or no-man's land between the two forces. However, here has been no significant change to Chinese positions in areas at the Pangong Lake which India holds as its own; nearly 190 Chinese structures including tents and accommodation have been set up in areas where the Indian Army used to patrol according to a mutual agreements.

Government sources tell NDTV that they are "cautiously hopeful" of a Chinese pull-back from all areas by the middle of July by which time military leaders are expected to hold another round of high-level talks.

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