China Withdraw Troops from Doklam


The stand-off began on June 16 when a Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) team was spotted constructing a road on the Dolam plateau in Bhutan’s Doklam region. Initially, the Royal Bhutanese Army confronted the PLA team. Then, the Indian army came down from their post on the Sikkim side of the border on June 18, beginning the face-off. The stand-off had been termed as the most serious confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers since the 1962 war.

Source: Sydney Morning Herald China’s foreign ministry spokesman said on Monday that on August 28 the Indian side had withdrawn all the personnel and equipment that had crossed the border, and this had been verified by Chinese officials. India’s foreign ministry issued a statement saying: “Expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is ongoing.”

73 days standoff between the Indian army and the Chinese army in doklam plateau overbuilding road between doklam is now over. Chinese Officials are now taking troops back from doklam and indian army also back off from the borders . The Chinese troops back all army before BRICS Summit where five big nations meet to take over regular disputes and take good decisions for the world. Brics are the top most meeting between five-country Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa .

No one wants to open the issue of doklam over the brics meeting due to high level authorities meeting over it. Chinese officials back their troops but its possible to come again in some other area due to the mindset of extending their borders. Many small countries are opposed to china for extending border one nation one china