Emerging reports from the ongoing tussle at the LAC in Ladakh between Indian troops and Chinese occupying forces, suggests that a crucial peak in Ladakh near the Pangong lake's southern bank has now been retaken by the Indian army during the night of August 29-30. Reports suggest that Indian Army has retaken the Spanggur Gap and Post near the southern bank of Pangong lake.
As per a exclusive report in Guarding India portal
, Indian Army carried out a pre-emptive strike on LAC and outsmarted Chinese troops and occupied a dominating height on the southern bank of Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh. As per reports, the special operations unit of the Indian Army quietly moved in on the night of 29-30 August and occupied these heights without alerting Chinse troops who were within a few hundred meters.
The Guarding India report
says that the Indian Army action was so swift that Chinese troops were caught sleeping and woke up the next morning only to see Indian Tricolor flying over the hill located at few hundred meters from them. We are now dominating . One the most important Area of LaC.
The report further says that it was India’s secretive Special Frontier Force (SFF) that accomplished the feat. "The swift occupation of this hill feature in the vicinity of Thakung, which is located at the Southern bank of Pangong Tso Lake will ensure the Indian Army can now control the entire southern bank of Pangong Tso irrespective of Chinese designs", says the Guarding India report
Meanwhile, a report in Telegraph of UK says that around 500 Chinese troops had tried to cross into Indian territory near the village of Chushul on Saturday night. However, "Indian troops have captured an important Chinese military post after allegedly fighting off an attempt by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to occupy further Indian territory...", says the report.