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CHENNAI: India 26 out of 65 have been denied access Patrolling Points (PP in eastern) Ladakh, reports said.

PPs represent benchmark locations on the Line Of Actual Control (LAC) – mutually agreed between both India And China. 

Reports Citing an annual document submitted Director General Of Police (DGP) Conference (January 20-22), attended Prime Minister Narendra Modi And Home Minister Amit Shah, noted that the 65 PPs start from Karakoram Pass to Chumur They are monitored by ISFs regularlyIndian Security Forces). HoweverOut of 65 PPs India In 26 PPs, lost presence “due to restrictive or no patrolling by the ISFs.” 

Later on, China It has been forced India Accept the fact that such areas haven’t seen civilians or ISFs in a long time. Chinese They were also present in these areas. This This results in a shift in border control by ISFs towards Indian All such pockets are given a buffer zone, which eventually leads to loss in control. India.

This tactic of Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to grab land inchby-inch is what it’s called Salami Slicing,” reports added.

FurtherRecent disengagement agreements at 2 patrolling points have resulted in the loss pasture lands Gogra hills, North Bank Of Pangong Tso?, and Kakjung areas.

The According to reports, the document was not discussed during the two day meeting.

The The army has placed restrictions on civilian movement and graziers in the vicinity of the forward areas. Indian side, signaling with their play-safe strategy they don’t want to upset the PLA by giving them an opportunity to raise objections in the areas being claimed to be disputed.

Reports Unfenced borders also served as pastures for nomadic communities of the nomadic community Changthang RegionRebos) and given the scarcity of the rich pastures, they would traditionally venture into the areas close to the PPs. HoweverSince 2014, there have been “enhanced restrictions on grazing movement and areas” Rebos ISFs have been criticized and some are angry at them. The Soldiers are specially deployed in disguise to stop movement Rebos To the higher reaches, the PLA could object and similarly to the development works at the border villages like Demchok, Koyul which are under direct electronic surveillance of the PLA suffers, as they raise objections promptly.”

Over According to reports, migration has increased over the years as a result of the loss in livelihood and changes in lifestyles in border villages.

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