‘India loses access to 26 of 65 patrolling points in eastern Ladakh’

New Delhi, January 27 (KMS): India has lost access to 26 out of 65 patrolling points in the eastern Ladakh region, a senior police officer posted in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir has said in a research paper.

PD Nitya, Leh, Senior Superintendent of Police, submitted the paper at the annual Director General of Police Conference organised by the Intelligence Bureau and attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah last week.

In her report, Nitya said that Indian forces are no longer able to patrol 26 patrolling points located between the Karakoram Pass and the Chumur region in eastern Ladakh – a major flashpoint of border conflicts between India and China.

She added that these areas, which once used to be patrolled by the Indian forces, have now been turned into “informal buffer zones”.

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