India lost access to 26 out of 65 patrol points in Eastern Ladakh! Police officer’s report revealed Pipa News

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India lost access to 26 out of 65 patrol points in Eastern Ladakh! Police officer’s report revealed

Leh’s Superintendent of Police has written in the report that our presence in 26 out of 65 patrolling points has completely ended. He has told that this situation has happened due to no patrolling by the Indian security forces at PP No. 5-17, 24-32, 37.

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India has lost access to 26 out of 65 patrolling points in eastern Ladakh. This has been revealed by the report of a senior police officer of Ladakh. The report was presented at the annual conference of the country’s top police officers in Delhi last week.

According to a report by NDTV, this report has been submitted by PD Nitya, Superintendent of Police of Leh, the main city of Ladakh. He wrote in his report that, “At present there are 65 Patrolling Points (PPs) from Karakoram Pass to Chumur which are to be regularly patrolled by ISF (Indian Security Force).”

Leh’s Superintendent of Police has further written in the report that out of these total 65 patrolling points, our presence in 26 PP ie Patrol Points has completely ended. He has told that this situation has happened due to no patrolling by the Indian security forces at PP No. 5-17, 24-32, 37.

According to the news, it is being told that this report was filed at the annual conference of the country’s top police officers in Delhi last week, in which PM Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval also participated. At present, it is not known what action has been taken by the government on this report.


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