You implied so. If not, then you are trying to raise dust in a mud pit.When did I claim unilateral disengagement ocured? And what makes you think India pushed for unilateral disengagement?
Obviously it would be beneficial for India to remove many of the forward camps it set up in disputed areas it recently occupied. Bit this can only happen if full disengagrment AND deescalation is mutually carried out. General Naravane was quite clear about this.
China and Bhutan have just signed MoU on border talks, formal recognition of each other may not be far away. It's an all out diplomatic offensive now.
Looks like the gloves are coming off and the Chinese mission now is rollback of indian influence everywhere.
Jai hinds gotta learn to live with Chinese presence in south asia for the now and foreseeable future.
Judging by history, indians appear to respect and behave civil- even ingratiatingly- towards those who conquer and enslave them; the brahmins of the indoeuropeans who persist still in the subcontinent, the Timurids, the British et al and yet China treats them with respect and India hates them like a Tennessee Williams whore character.