Chinese Army becomes stone-pelters, targets Indian troops: Beijing says, 'not aware'

Chinese Army becomes stone-pelters, targets Indian troops: Beijing says, 'not aware'

Chinese Army becomes stone-pelters, targets Indian troops: Beijing says, 'not aware'

On Wednesday, a Chinese official, as reported by the media, denied reports that about 15 People's Liberation Army personnel crossed the border and entered the Indian territory along the banks of Ladakh's Pangong Tso lake. Later, the situation was brought under control after the banner drill with both sides stepping back to their respective positions.

It also confirmed that, "sweets were exchanged between the Indian Army and PLA troops in multiple border locations, including in the area of Doklam".

"PLA soldiers tried to enter the Indian side in two areas - Finger Four and Finger Five - twice on Tuesday morning".

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"We always patrol on the Chinese side of the LAC".

Police in Jammu and Kashmir said clashes were relatively common along the de facto border known as the LAC.

This is a one of its kind incident where troops were involved in a skirmish, though no weapons were used.

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The latest incident comes amid an ongoing dispute between the two sides over a strategic Himalayan plateau thousands of kilometres away where hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers have been facing off against each other for more than two months.

India has protested the construction of a road by the Chinese military in the area claimed by its ally Bhutan, fearing it would allow Beijing to cut off India s access to its northeastern states. It was the first time since 2005 that the meetings were not held.

The army was apparently countering reports of a fresh clash breaking out with Chinese troops in the Doklam Plateau, where a almost two-month-long stand-off over a trilateral border terroritorial ownership is still on.

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