New Delhi: China is back to its business again. Incidents of infiltration from China are happening again. The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China had infiltrated three times in August last year on the Himalayan border.
According to the news, on the Line of Actual Control, PLA had infiltrated 4 km in Barahoti in Uttarakhand.
According to the report, not only did the infiltration of Barahoti village in Uttarakhand
but in Chamoli district also the Chinese army had entered the border of India.
Let’s say that after the end of the Dolaam deadline, the government has repeatedly
denied any such infiltration on the border.
In July last year, such an infiltration was made by the Chinese army when the Chinese army had entered the Indian border more than a kilometer. Prior to this, in 2013 and 2014 the area was seen patroling and air infiltration of the Chinese army.
Regarding the infiltration of PLA on LAC, General Commander Commanding-in-Chief (GOC) North Command, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said earlier this year, “This happened in areas where there is a different perception about PLA.”
India and China have well-established mechanisms, especially at the highest level,
where special representatives of both countries discuss issues
related to the resolution of boundary disputes.
China is having 4057 kms lac with india
The 4,057-km LAC border between India and China has been reduced to glaciers, mountains and rivers.
India shares a long border of 4,057 kilometers, which is called the Line of Actual Control (LAC), which is divided into three areas, namely North, Medium and East from Jammu State to Eastern State Arunachal Pradesh. In April this year, Xi Jinping met Prime Minister Modi and President of China in Wuhan province to discuss the border dispute.