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Not only in Ladakh but also in Arunachal Pradesh, China is not deterring from its antics. Last week, Indian soldiers clashed with Chinese soldiers in the Arunachal sector. News agency ANI has given this information quoting sources. According to this, during the patrolling, the soldiers of both the countries had come face to face over the border dispute and this process went on for a few hours. There was no harm to the Indian soldiers in this and the dispute was resolved through talks as per protocol.
According to media reports, 200 Chinese soldiers had entered the Indian side from Tibet on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh, which were stopped by Indian soldiers. Let us tell you that there are reports of Chinese incursions and clashes with Indian soldiers in Ladakh, but the news of skirmishes in Arunachal Pradesh has come after a long time. This clearly shows that China has again increased its activities in Arunachal.
China has been infiltrating Arunachal
About 9 months ago, a media report claimed that China has settled a village in Arunachal, four and a half kilometers from the border with India. More than 100 houses have been built in it. This village is situated on the banks of river Sari Chu in Subansiri district. This is the area near the Line of Actual Control. Its pictures were released by the US-based imaging company Planet Labs.
The first photo is from August 2019, with no construction. The second photo is from November 2020, in which many houses are seen being built. These photos were released by Planet Labs.
100 Chinese soldiers had entered Uttarakhand in August
Recently, there was news that 100 Chinese soldiers had infiltrated in the Barahoti sector of Uttarakhand on 30 August and returned after staying there for 3 hours. According to media reports, Chinese soldiers on horseback entered the Indian border and ransacked a bridge before returning. Let us tell you that Barahoti is the same area in which China had infiltrated even before the 1962 war.
Temporary constructions were also done near LAC in Eastern Ladakh.
Two weeks ago it was reported that China has made temporary tent-like accommodation arrangements at about 8 locations near the (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. According to media reports, the People’s Liberation Army has built shelters in the northern area from Wahab Jilga near the Karakoram Pass to Piyu, Hot Springs, Chang La, Tashigong, Manja and Churup. Here 80 to 84 containers have been made in seven clusters at each location.