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China denies reports that its troops crossed LAC

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China has refuted has reports that its troops crossed over to the Indian side in Demchok area in Ladakh region to stop the work of a canal undertaken NREGA. Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that either side shall not take any action that may unilaterally change the status quo of Line of Actual Control (LAC).

It was reported that Chinese and Indian troops were locked in a stand-off at the icy heights of Ladakh division since Wednesday after People’s Liberation Army (PLA) personnel entered an area where an irrigation canal.

Hua Chunying said, “Currently the two countries have an effective communication through series of mechanisms. We believe that we can maintain peace and tranquility of the border area”.

The fresh tensions in Demchok also come in the wake of the Indian government’s decision to allow the Dalai Lama to travel to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh despite China’s strong reservations about the Buddhist leader.


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