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What! Chinese troops has surged into Uttarakhand’s Barahoti

Last Modified Monday, 31 July 2017 (17:37 IST)
New Delhi: Amid at India, and Bhutan tri-junction Doklam, the Chinese troops were transgressed into Uttarakhand’s area, a day ahead of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval’s official visit to Beijing on July 27, 2017. According to sources in the Defence Ministry, “On July 26th evening, the soldiers of People Liberation Army (PLA) entered about 1-2 kms into Barahoti area of Uttarakhand.
 

Since there is no demarcation line between both the nations, the area stands disputed till the date. The Indo-Tibetian Police Force (ITBP) is stationed to secure the border.” After opposition from personnel, the Chinese troops had to step back. They stayed there for two hours, the sources added. However, the denied that its troops had entered into Indian Territory. At the same time, they accepted that sometimes the soldiers crossed each other’s boundary due to no demarcated line in the area. and China have been for weeks involved in a face-off in plateau of Bhutan. The ongoing tensions relate to the construction of a road by China in Bhutan’s Doklam region. (UNI)
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