Dragon yet again entered the Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh

Indian troops intercepted around 200 PLA soldiers, who had crossed over into Indian side from Tibet & attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers

Indian troops intercepted around 200 PLA soldiers, who had crossed over into Indian side from Tibet & attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers
Indian troops intercepted around 200 PLA soldiers, who had crossed over into Indian side from Tibet & attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers

200 Chinese troops infiltrated Indian territory

The Chinese army yet again infiltrated the Indian territory a few days ago. Around 200 troops of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) entered into Indian territory last week leading to a face-off with the Indian Army at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh, sources said.

It happened during a routine patrol close to the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh near Yangtse in Tawang Sector. The Indian troops intercepted around 200 PLA soldiers, who had crossed over into the Indian side from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers.

This led to a face-off which was amicably resolved by the commanders at the local level. They had talked to disengage and de-escalate the situation.

Top government sources said the face-off between the two sides lasted for a few hours and was resolved as per the existing protocols. There was no damage caused to the Indian defences during the engagement.

The sources said, “Peace and tranquillity in these areas of differing perceptions have been possible by adherence to existing agreements and protocols between the two countries.”

Both sides undertake patrolling activities up to their line of perception. Whenever patrols of both sides physically meet, the situation is managed according to established protocols and mechanisms agreed by both sides.

“Physical engagement can last for a few hours prior to disengaging as per mutual understanding,” said the source, adding that in last week’s incident there was no damage to defences.

It is stated that this is a “routine business” happening “whenever patrols meet, wherever there are differing perceptions on the Line of Actual Control. Both sides patrol. Just that in this instance, the patrols happened to meet,” the source added.

India and China have been engaged in border disputes for the last 16 months at the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.

Twelve rounds of commander-level talks have taken place so far for the disengagement and the 13th round is scheduled to happen in mid-October.

[With Inputs from IANS]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I wish our Government takes more care of the Jawan & Kisan community …… Jai Jawan Jai Kisaan ! phrase should be put in practice ASAP

  2. china is cresting more trouble points for india and challenging India by entering into borders again and again.this must be escalated with action and a lesson china pla will not forget. there is no place left for peace n tranquality if enemy violates.

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