Chushul is one of the five officially agreed Border Personnel Meeting points between the Indian Army and the People’s Liberation Army of China for regular consultations and interactions between the two armies to improve relations.
It is a village in Leh, Ladakh, India.
It is located in the Durbuk tehsil, in the area known as Chushul valley.
It is close to Rezang La and Panggong Lake at a height of 4,360 metres.
This place is famous for the Indian Army who fought to the ‘last man, last round’ at Rezang La (Chushul) on November 18, 1962.
Without this crucial victory, the territory might have been captured by China.