Two days after the defence ministers of India and China met in Moscow, the People’s Liberation Army late evening accused Indian troops of “illegally crossing the Line of Actual Control and entered the south bank of Pangong Lake and the Shenpao mountain area.”
“During the operation, the Indian Army blatantly fired threats to the patrol personnel of the Chinese border guards who had made representations, and the Chinese border guards were forced to take countermeasures to stabilise the situation on the ground,” the assertion learn.
“India’s actions seriously violated the relevant agreements and agreements between China and India, pushing up regional tensions and easily causing misunderstandings and misjudgments,” China said.
The assertion stated it’s critical army provocations and are of very unhealthy nature.
“We request the Indian side to immediately stop dangerous actions, immediately withdraw cross-line personnel, strictly restrain front-line troops, and strictly investigate and punish personnel who fired shots to ensure that similar incidents do not occur again,” stated Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s Western Theater Command, Colonel Zhang Shuili in an announcement.
Sources in Indian Army to said that China resorted to firing in air to scare their patrol. The Indian Army’s official assertion is but to return.
India and China are engaged in round four-month-long standoff at the Line of Actual Control in jap Ladakh. Despite a number of ranges of dialogue, there has not been any breakthrough and the impasse continues.
On June 15, as many as 20 Indian soldiers and an unknown quantity of Chinese troops have been killed in a violent conflict within the Galwan Valley.
(With IANS inputs)