What is LOC, LAC and International Border……?

International Border or International Border International Border of India (IB): – The international border is called the line that separates the two and is accepted by the world. The IB lies on the Radcliffe Line and separates India from the four provinces of Pakistan. Indo-Pak is different from the borders_jin_char_ provinces. It is Kashmir, Wagah, Pakistan’s Punjab and India’s Punjab.

LOC, LAC and International Border

 

International Border of India

 

There is also a _Giro_point which separates Gujarat of India and Rajasthan and Sindh of Pakistan. The two countries have a border of 2,900 km and considers it the most contested border in the world. India shares an international border with Myanmar, Bangladesh and Bhutan besides Pakistan.

 

LOC means Line of Control

 

LOC is the line of control which is not considered by the international community, but both countries accept it. The LoC was initiated after a conflict between the two countries. After the partition of both the countries in 1947, ceasefire occurred continuously and then LOC came into existence. This year, militants supported by the Pak Army entered the Kashmir Valley and were repulsed by the Indian Army.

 

International Border – Line of Control

 

After this, in 1948, LOC i.e. a line of control was introduced. In 1971, there was a war between the two countries and then in 1972 a Simla Agreement was signed between India and Pakistan. It was in this agreement that the two countries formally accepted the LoC. The LoC is not an official border but is the part of military control that remains away from disputed parts.

 

LAC (Line of Actual Control or Line of Actual Control) Line of actual control

 

Unlike the Line of Control, the Line of Actual Control is the actual boundary line between India and China. This 4,057 km long border separates India Authorized Area in Jammu and Kashmir and China Authorized Area Aksai China.

LOC, LAC and International Border

It passes through Ladakh, Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. This is also a kind of seas fire (ceasefire) line because after the Indo-China war of 1962 where the forces of both the countries were stationed, it was considered as the Line of Actual Control.

 

 

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