The Chinese and Indian border troops have began disengagement on the southern and northern shores of Pangong Lake according to the consensus reached between the two countries during the ninth round of military commander-level talks, the Global Times quoted the Chinese Defence Ministry as saying. Also Read - China's Warning to India? Cyberattack by Chinese Hackers Could Be Behind Last Year’s Power Outage in Mumbai

In the ninth round of military talks last month, India and China agreed to push for an early disengagement of troops and resolved to continue “effective efforts” to stabilise and control the situation in eastern Ladakh. Also Read - Who is Sister P Niveda, The Nurse Who Administered First Dose of Coronavirus Vaccine to PM Modi?

“The two sides agreed to push for an early disengagement of the frontline troops. They also agreed to follow the important consensus of their state leaders, maintain the good momentum of dialogue and negotiation, and hold the 10th round of the Corps Commander Level Meeting at an early date to jointly advance de-escalation,” the statement said. Also Read - Ghulam Nabi Azad Praises PM Modi, Says "Proud Of Leaders Like Our PM, Doesn't Hide True Self"

However, there has been no official reaction or confirmation on this from India

The Pangong Lake has been the main spot of disagreement between the tween the India and China amid the border standoff in eastern Ladakh over the last nine months.