A proposal by China for both sides to move back 8 spurs rejected by India


New Delhi, Dec 24: The Chinese commanders are said to have proposed that the Indian and Chinese troops move back to either side of the eight spurs that overlook the north bank of the Pangong Tso lake.

The area is named Finger 1-8 and the Chinese have proposed that the area be covered into a no-activity buffer zone. 

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