The Indian Army on Thursday carried out an integrated manoeuvre and live-fire
exercise in Ladakh amid a year-long tension with China in the region.
The exercise was carried out in super high altitude areas close to 15,000
feet, as the operational preparedness was reviewed by Corps Commander Lt. Gen
Lt Gen PGK Menon, GOC #FireAndFuryCops reviewed the operational preparedness of #SnowLeopardBrigade on @02Sep21 through Integrated Manoeuvre and Live Fire Exercise in #SHAA of #Ladakh @SpokespersonMoD@adgpi @NorthernComd_IA @firefurycorps @MenonPgk @DIPR_Leh @PIB_India pic.twitter.com/VeiKZVcHy8
— PRO Defence Srinagar (@PRODefSrinagar) September 2, 2021
India and China have been locked in a military tussle since May 2020 in Ladakh
with a deployment of nearly 50,000 troops on both sides. After 12 rounds of
military talks at the Corps Commander level to find a resolution, there has
been a disengagement in friction points but there is yet to be a de-induction
As of now, disengagement has taken place in Galwan, Gogra and Pangong Tso. The
Hot Springs area around PP15 still remains tense.
Indian and Chinese troops disengaged in the Pangong Lake area in February this
year but there had been slow movement, with further easing of tensions after