Chinese troops have backed down personnel and tents by 1 to 2 kilometres at few friction points along the LAC, the Line of Actual Control, between India and China.
Chinese army has backtracked tents, vehicles and troops from locations where disengagement was agreed upon at Corps Commander level talks.
At some areas along Galwan river, heavy armored vehicles of the Chinese troops are still present. Indian army is monitoring the situation admonishly.
Earlier in June, on de-escalation of tensions and a disengagement of troops on both sides, the development comes a week after top military commanders of the two countries, India and China met in Chushul on the Indian side of the LAC in a bid to salvage an agreement reached.
The first agreement on the de-escalation of tensions was attained on June 6th at a conference of top military commanders in Moldo at the Chinese side of the LAC.