NEW DELHI: Another face off between Chinese and Indian forces have been reported at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Arunachal Sector, last week.
Reports gathered by the Regional Telegraph from Indian media and other sources revealed that the face off took place at between the border pass of Bum La and Yangtse, close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC), area which has not been formally demarcated and therefore there’s a distinction in notion of LAC between the international locations.
Indian media sources said around 200 Chinese soldiers crossed into the strategic Tawang sector from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers. Officials added that there was no damage to Indian defenses.
Indian media quoted high officials as saying that the face-off passed off between the 2 sides final week and the troops disengaged after the talks between the 2 native commanders as per present protocols. However, it also claimed that during the course of the event, Indian troops not only contested the Chinese soldiers but also detained a few of them temporarily.
Both the Chinese and Indian military hierarchy have been tight lipped over the incident. Earlier in August, India and China had disengaged troops from the Gogra heights space and moved them again to their everlasting bases.