Published On: Wed, Jan 3rd, 2018

Chinese Men Entered Indian Border Last Week: Army

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Group of civilians from China was attempting to build a road inside Indian territory on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) about a few days ago and the men were prevented to do so by Indian Army, said army sources.

Chinese Men Entered Indian Border Last Week

The source added there was no direct contact with the Indian Army with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and no face-off at the site too. The men are learned undertaking track alignment activity on the Indian side of the LAC, about one kilometer inside.

Some locals noticed the activities of Chinese men and informed Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). Taking quick action a joint team of the Army and ITBP stopped the group on December 28 informing they have walked into the Indian side of the LAC.

No update has arrived from China whether their troops had entered the Indian side with road construction machinery.

It is also learned the men left the site leaving behind excavators and some other civil construction equipment.

Currently, the Chinese troops are not posted near to the area and only few hundred Indian soldiers keep a watch of the border.

Another source from Indian Army said, “The issue is being resolved through the established coordination mechanism between the two countries.”

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