जिओंग नाला

मुक्त ज्ञानकोश विकिपीडिया से
नेविगेशन पर जाएँ खोज पर जाएँ
Depsang Plains region
(and the "traditional customary boundary" points of China declared in 1960).[1]

जिओंग नाला, जिसे जीवान नाला और नाचो चू भी कहा जाता है, श्योक नदी की एक सहायक नदी है जो चीन द्वारा लद्दाख में भारत में प्रशासित विवादित अक्साई चिन क्षेत्र से बहती है। यह काराकोरम रेंज के पूर्वी किनारे से निकलती है और पश्चिम में बहती है।[2] यह सुल्तान चुशुकू के पास श्योक नदी में मिलने से ठीक पहले उत्तर से आने वाले मुर्गो नाला के साथ विलय हो जाती है।

सन्दर्भ[संपादित करें]

  1. India, Ministry of External Affairs, संपा॰ (1962), Report of the Officials of the Governments of India and the People's Republic of China on the Boundary Question, Government of India Press, Chinese Report, Part 1, पृष्ठ 4–5. (Report).
    The location and terrain features of this traditional customary boundary line are now described as follows in three sectors, western, middle and eastern. ... The portion between Sinkiang and Ladakh for its entire length runs along the Karakoram Mountain range. Its specific location is as follows: From the Karakoram Pass it runs eastwards along the watershed between the tributaries of the Yarkand River on the one hand and the Shyok River on the other to a point approximately 78° 05' E, 35° 33' N, turns southwestwards and runs along a gully to approximately 78° 01' E, 35° 21' N; where it crosses the Chipchap River. It then turns south-east along the mountain ridge and passes through peak 6,845 (approximately 78° 12' E, 34° 57' N) and peak 6,598 (approximately 78° 13' E, 34° 54' N).
  2. Sandhu, P. J. S.; Shankar, Vinay; Dwivedi, G. G. (2015), 1962: A View from the Other Side of the Hill, Vij Books India Pvt Ltd, पृ॰ 53, आई॰ऍस॰बी॰ऍन॰ 978-93-84464-37-0: "By 24 Oct [1962], all the forward posts established in the Chip Chap and Nachu Chu river valleys had been withdrawn. DBO was also abandoned. 14 J&K Militia continued to hold Saser Brangsa, Murgo, Sultan Chushku and the junction of the Galwan and Shyok rivers."