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China Yet Again Tried to Enter India’s Territory

Tension Persists on LAC

The deadlock at the border between India and China has been continuing since early May last year. Meanwhile, once again the news of clash between the soldiers of India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) has been revealed. According to the information, the clash took place three days ago at Nakula in Sikkim when the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers tried to change the status quo. Some of his soldiers tried to advance into Indian territory. Attentive soldiers of the Indian Army stationed at the border immediately took action and stopped them.

According to the information received, there was a clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Naku La three days ago. Four Indian Army personnel and 20 Chinese soldiers were injured in this. Indian soldiers not only threw water on China’s plans but also repelled PLA soldiers. The situation at the border is tense but stable at the moment. A senior Indian Army official said that strict vigil is being maintained at all points along the Indian territory, despite the deteriorating weather conditions.

India and China held a ninth round of Corps Commander-level talks in Moldo on Sunday to reduce tensions at the border, which lasted until 2.30 pm. The talks, which lasted for 15 hours, were held to reduce tension on the border. During the talks, India has emphasized that it is up to China to carry forward the process of disengagement and de-escalation in areas of conflict.

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