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India accuses China of “moving the border line deep into Indian territory” in Ladakh

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Indian media, citing intelligence, report that Chinese activity in the Ladakh region is not declining. In particular, the following was noted: after the agreements on the withdrawal of forces and assets, the Chinese side withdrew part of the military contingent from the Galvan valley region, but at the same time intensified the construction of its border infrastructure.


It is alleged that the Chinese side “has actually moved the previously agreed border line deep into Indian territory”. We are talking about the site, which is indicated on the Indian maps as "Y Nalla." This is the place where the Galvan River flows about 1 km before the "meeting" with the Shek River.

It is noted that the new Chinese infrastructure in the area includes shelters and defensive positions where military equipment can be deployed.

The Economic Times says that these actions "do not allow trust in the Chinese side." It is also noted that Indian border guards are no longer able to patrol in the Y Nalla area, as it was before, “due to Chinese activity.”

With reference to local residents, the publication reports the following:

Over the past week, Chinese troops have actually created more positions, bringing heavy construction equipment along the new road. There is an accumulation of Chinese construction equipment in the Galvan Valley, along the shores of Lake Pangong.

In India, it is believed that such actions by China violate bilateral agreements and that their goal is to gain China a tactical advantage in the Galvan Valley.

Recall that a few days ago in Ladakh there was a skirmish between Indian and Chinese soldiers, when stones and metal bars were used. The skirmish ended with the deaths of servicemen on both sides. After this incident, representatives of India and China sat down at the negotiating table and agreed to withdraw forces and assets from the border. Now, as you can see, India believes that China violates the agreement.
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  1. Victor_B
    Victor_B 27 June 2020 07: 14 New
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    We shared an orange!
    A lot of our fallen ...
    1. Far B
      Far B 27 June 2020 07: 28 New
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      Chota Indians have recently gotten into a fuss. With packs of a scolding, with ketays of a cursing. With Nepal and Bhutan, as I understand it, cursing is uninteresting - such a pot-bellied little thing has no vigorous fight. No matter how citizen Narendra entim orange did not break into slices ... Otherwise, he might splatter others around, which I would not want to
      1. Toby Dammit
        Toby Dammit 27 June 2020 09: 47 New
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        Hindus, of course, are still children, but in this case, China has beguiled the coast.
  2. Doccor18
    Doccor18 27 June 2020 07: 21 New
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    Over the past week, Chinese troops have actually created more positions, bringing heavy construction equipment along the new road.

    Infrastructure is the hobby of the Chinese. Paved railways and highways, even in the middle mountains, will allow the PLA to respond more quickly to the situation and transfer more forces to the right place, at the right time. Indians have trouble with infrastructure. And this is their biggest minus.
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 27 June 2020 07: 26 New
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    Recall that a few days ago in Ladakh there was a skirmish between Indian and Chinese soldiers, when stones and metal bars were used.
    .... Now it’s clear why India is asking Russia for weapons ... not enough laughing
  4. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 27 June 2020 07: 36 New
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    While they are fighting with sticks, they can take advantage of the technical progress. I would not want to.
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  6. Storekeeper
    Storekeeper 27 June 2020 09: 45 New
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    At first, the Indians clashed with Pakistan, and then the elder brother China stood up for the packs. I hope no one else gets into the conflict.
  7. steelmaker
    steelmaker 27 June 2020 09: 51 New
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    So trust the agreements with China. Quiet, without noise and din, 1 km. captured. And now you can’t drive them out!
  8. yfast
    yfast 27 June 2020 22: 49 New
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    The Chinese will soon deal with the "so-called Indians" and take care of us. Maybe it’s enough for them to sell copying equipment in multiple copies?
  9. Kosh
    Kosh 28 June 2020 21: 28 New
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    It is impossible to move that which does not exist. Indian media may cry as they please, but we have the fact that there is no border line enshrined in any agreement between the parties. Both sides have different opinions, even about where the so-called line of actual control passes.