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China made infiltration with two helicopters in Ladakh, returned for five minutes after hitting the air

China made infiltration with two helicopters in Ladakh, returned for five minutes after hitting the air
15 Oct
2:08

New Delhi: Chinese soldiers have violated their claims once again on the border. According to the report of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP), two Chinese helicopters were seen around 9 am on the morning of 27 August in Khurda and Track Junction post in Ladakh. Both Chinese helicopters looked like MI-17. For five minutes both the helicopters were in the Indian airspace. Buttas and track junction posts in Ladakh falls in Trig High and Depsang area.
At the same time, several other media reports are being claimed that even Chinese troops infiltrated Arunachal Pradesh. News agency ANI told the sources that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China had entered the Dibang Valley in Arunachal Pradesh 10 days earlier. Although Chinese soldiers returned after the Indian jawans protested. Sources said that later the entire matter was settled by the military officials of both the countries according to the protocol already fixed.
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The Chinese troops crossed the Line of Actual Control in the Arunachal Sector but returned when Indian Army conveyed them as they had entered the Indian side. The incident happened 10 days back. Both the armies are resolving such issues as a set protocol: Sources

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China has been telling itself to Arunachal Pradesh and its army has infiltrated many border areas many times. Last year’s (December 26, 2017), a road construction team from China had entered India and was building a path. Later, Indian Indian soldiers dispersed Chinese laborers and seized their equipment.
When China’s party was stopped, about 600 meters long and 12 feet wide route was built in the Indian territory. Last year itself, the India-China army had come face to face. Dokalam deadlock lasted from June 16 to August 28, 2017.

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