Indian Army Handed Over the Chinese Soldier Corporal Wang Ya Long to the Chinese Army at the Chushul Moldo Meeting Point
Disputes have been going on between India and China in Ladakh for about 5 months. Tensions escalated further after the clashes in Galvan on 15 June.
The Chinese army which was captured by the Indian Army in Ladakh 2 days ago, returned it to the Chushul-Moldo meeting point on Tuesday night. On Monday, the soldier wandered into the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and reached Chumar-Demchok area of Ladakh. The army said on the same day that the Chinese soldier would be returned as per protocol after completing the fixed procedure.
According to media reports, before the return of the Chinese soldier, he was questioned by experts related to the affairs of China. At the same time, the army had told that the Chinese soldier was given medical help, food, and warm clothes so that he did not have any problem.
Indian Army prepares to stand in Ladakh even in winter
The army has made preparations to stand in the areas of Ladakh in the winter, amid constant tension between India and China. India has purchased warfare kits and winter clothes for high altitude areas from the US.
Indian troops occupy 13 important peaks south of Pangong Lake in Ladakh, where they are full of strength in minus 25 degree Celsius temperatures. The Core Commander level meeting in Chushul on October 12 to resolve the border dispute lasted for nearly 11 hours, but like the earlier meetings, there was no concrete way out.