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India Foils Chinese Incursion in Arunachal Pradesh, Briefly Detains PLA Troops

Sources said around 200 Chinese soldiers crossed into the strategic Tawang sector from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers. Officials added that there was no damage to Indian defences.

AMRITA NAYAK DUTTA| NEWS18.COM
Updated: October 08, 2021, 07:53 IST

A few troops from China were temporary detained by Indian soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang after around 200 of them crossed over into the Indian side from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers, highly placed government sources told News18.com.

The incident took place last week between the border pass of Bum La and Yangtse, close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

According to sources, the Chinese patrol party’s transgression into the Indian side of the LAC was strongly contested by Indian troops and a few Chinese soldiers were temporarily detained.

“The matter was subsequently resolved at the local military commanders’ level. The Chinese soldiers were released and situation was defused,” a source in the government told News18.com.

There was no official comment from the Army on the incident. However, defence and security sources told News18.com that there has been no damage to Indian defences.

“The India-China border has not been formally demarcated. Hence, there is a difference in perception of LAC between the countries. Peace and tranquility in these areas of differing perceptions has been possible by adhering to existing agreements and protocols between the two countries,” the source said, adding that both sides undertake patrolling activities up to their line of perception.

“Whenever patrols of both sides physically meet, the situation is managed according to established protocols and mechanisms agreed by both sides. Physical engagement can last for a few hours prior to disengaging as per mutual understanding,” the source said.

A show of Chinese aggression in the region is not new. In 2016, more than 200 Chinese troops had reportedly transgressed into the Indian side of the LAC at Yangtse, but had gone back in a few hours.

In 2011, Chinese troops had tried to scale a 250-metre-long wall on the Indian side of the LAC and damaged it, leading to New Delhi lodging a protest with Beijing.

The latest transgression comes just over a month after a similar intrusion wherein Chinese troops had reportedly carried out aggressive patrolling in Uttarakhand’s Barahoti sector near the LAC. As per a report in the Economic Times, the Chinese had spent a few hours in the sector before turning back.

India and China continue to be engaged in a standoff at the LAC in eastern Ladakh since May last year, even though a disengagement of troops from both sides has taken place in the sensitive Pangong Tso area and the Gogra area after a series of military and diplomatic talks. However, there has been no de-escalation by either side, as both continue to maintain thousands of additional troops along the LAC.

India and China will soon be holding the 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks in eastern Ladakh, in which focus will likely be on further disengagement of troops at the Hot Springs area.

But, while a disengagement process is underway in eastern Ladakh, the latest intrusions indicate that the Chinese are attempting to expand their scope of transgressions to the eastern and the central sectors too.

Why is Tawang Important?

Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh has traditionally remained a friction point between India and China. In the 1962 war, China had captured Tawang within the first few days. It had laid claim on Tawang as part of a larger Tibet, while claiming Arunachal Pradesh as southern Tibet.

The historical significance of Tawang stems from the fact that it is the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama and is an important seat in Tibetan Buddhism after Lhasa. Strategically, Tawang provides geographical access up to the Brahmaputra plains and provides the shortest axis to Tezpur in Assam.

A senior defence official told News18.com that the lines of communication from Tawang stretched to Guwahati and the extended Siliguri corridor, which makes Tawang important from the military point of view.

“The three major passes there — Bomdilla, Nechiphu and Se La (connecting Tawang to the rest of Arunachal Pradesh) — aid in deployment of defences by India,” the official said.

At present, Indian troops are preparing to brace yet another harsh winter across the LAC. While China has been carrying out major infrastructure upgradation on its side of the LAC, India too has developed rapid and mass-scale infrastructure in the region for thousands of the additional 50,000-60,000 troops inducted at the LAC — mostly in eastern Ladakh — since last year.

Because of this, living conditions of soldiers would be comparatively better than last year, defence sources said.
bullshit. No statement came from Indian army
 

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These sissies can't fight.

you should also post the movie where Salman khan destroying the entire Chinese brigade, then you should go to sleep and dream bollywood where whites are working in your home.
 

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Is there any news in chinese media about this incident at least?
Why would Chinese report a fake event created by India?

Like self bragging 1967 india victory where no victim or no account, nothing concrete to prove the event ever happened....

Next , indian media will claimed they landed man on Mars! :rofl:
 

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Whether Chinese soldiers were detained or not, the government was quick to issue a denial for fear of angering China.

This is expected from Modi who does not even dare to name China and even denies Chinese presence in Indian territory. These Sanghis are only good for lynching Muslims in India when outnumbering them 50 to 1.
 

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Ah the classic Indian move of inventing a conflict just about a while after a clear defeat, that they claim India clearly didn't lose (mostly because it never happend) so they are "even" again and then leaving it to fantastic Bollywood to blow the story completely out of proportion.

What was it this time:
Batteries were empty
Diskspace was full
Forgot cameras at home
It was too dark for filming
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Anyone with an IQ of a Frog would know that these Panjeets are LYING.

They admitted themselves they are lying and then all they have left is trolling.

The Indian government and other media admitted no PLA was detained and it was a regular patrol. It's spectacular Indian circus in show as usual.

Other members in this thread already posted other Indian media claiming it is regular patrol and no detaining or anything worth mentioning same as their government not even issuing such a statement as a stand off happened. But of course Indian bhakts is the sore *** one and always talking loudly 1000 words per minute type of mentality. They report on everything even when some of their soldiers farted it is worth reporting and some Indian medias will call it India soldiers each are armed with advanced bioweapon. Just like each other, they are full of shit and hot gas.
 

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India Foils Chinese Incursion in Arunachal Pradesh, Briefly Detains PLA Troops

Sources said around 200 Chinese soldiers crossed into the strategic Tawang sector from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers. Officials added that there was no damage to Indian defences.

AMRITA NAYAK DUTTA| NEWS18.COM
Updated: October 08, 2021, 07:53 IST

A few troops from China were temporary detained by Indian soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang after around 200 of them crossed over into the Indian side from Tibet and attempted to damage unoccupied bunkers, highly placed government sources told News18.com.

The incident took place last week between the border pass of Bum La and Yangtse, close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

According to sources, the Chinese patrol party’s transgression into the Indian side of the LAC was strongly contested by Indian troops and a few Chinese soldiers were temporarily detained.

“The matter was subsequently resolved at the local military commanders’ level. The Chinese soldiers were released and situation was defused,” a source in the government told News18.com.

There was no official comment from the Army on the incident. However, defence and security sources told News18.com that there has been no damage to Indian defences.

“The India-China border has not been formally demarcated. Hence, there is a difference in perception of LAC between the countries. Peace and tranquility in these areas of differing perceptions has been possible by adhering to existing agreements and protocols between the two countries,” the source said, adding that both sides undertake patrolling activities up to their line of perception.

“Whenever patrols of both sides physically meet, the situation is managed according to established protocols and mechanisms agreed by both sides. Physical engagement can last for a few hours prior to disengaging as per mutual understanding,” the source said.

A show of Chinese aggression in the region is not new. In 2016, more than 200 Chinese troops had reportedly transgressed into the Indian side of the LAC at Yangtse, but had gone back in a few hours.

In 2011, Chinese troops had tried to scale a 250-metre-long wall on the Indian side of the LAC and damaged it, leading to New Delhi lodging a protest with Beijing.

The latest transgression comes just over a month after a similar intrusion wherein Chinese troops had reportedly carried out aggressive patrolling in Uttarakhand’s Barahoti sector near the LAC. As per a report in the Economic Times, the Chinese had spent a few hours in the sector before turning back.

India and China continue to be engaged in a standoff at the LAC in eastern Ladakh since May last year, even though a disengagement of troops from both sides has taken place in the sensitive Pangong Tso area and the Gogra area after a series of military and diplomatic talks. However, there has been no de-escalation by either side, as both continue to maintain thousands of additional troops along the LAC.

India and China will soon be holding the 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks in eastern Ladakh, in which focus will likely be on further disengagement of troops at the Hot Springs area.

But, while a disengagement process is underway in eastern Ladakh, the latest intrusions indicate that the Chinese are attempting to expand their scope of transgressions to the eastern and the central sectors too.

Why is Tawang Important?

Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh has traditionally remained a friction point between India and China. In the 1962 war, China had captured Tawang within the first few days. It had laid claim on Tawang as part of a larger Tibet, while claiming Arunachal Pradesh as southern Tibet.

The historical significance of Tawang stems from the fact that it is the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama and is an important seat in Tibetan Buddhism after Lhasa. Strategically, Tawang provides geographical access up to the Brahmaputra plains and provides the shortest axis to Tezpur in Assam.

A senior defence official told News18.com that the lines of communication from Tawang stretched to Guwahati and the extended Siliguri corridor, which makes Tawang important from the military point of view.

“The three major passes there — Bomdilla, Nechiphu and Se La (connecting Tawang to the rest of Arunachal Pradesh) — aid in deployment of defences by India,” the official said.

At present, Indian troops are preparing to brace yet another harsh winter across the LAC. While China has been carrying out major infrastructure upgradation on its side of the LAC, India too has developed rapid and mass-scale infrastructure in the region for thousands of the additional 50,000-60,000 troops inducted at the LAC — mostly in eastern Ladakh — since last year.

Because of this, living conditions of soldiers would be comparatively better than last year, defence sources said.
indian troops "foiling" Chinese incursions!!! :lol:
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