Satellite Images Of Galwan Valley Confirm That Chinese Army Has Retreated
High-resolution images show that the PLA has pulled back at least one kilometre from the point of confrontation.
The recent face-off between the Indian and Chinese army in the Galwan Valley had led to some casualties on both sides. After a lot of discussion, the Chinese army had finally retreated their forces from the region. However, many people were still not ready to believe this. The latest satellite images finally confirm that the Chinese army has pulled back in the Galwan river valley. High-resolution images, which were captured on July 6, clearly show that the PLA has pulled back at least one kilometre from the point of confrontation on June 15.
The images show that the tents, vehicles, and pre-fabricated roofs put up by the PLA near Patrol Point 14 have been removed by the Chinese troops. The pictures, captured by Worldview 3 satellite of space firm Maxar Technologies and shared with India Today, also suggest that the Chinese troops have rebuilt roads which lead to PP14 over past few days.
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