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Chinese people’s liberation Army troopers making attempts to enter Indian territory

In a big revelation, Governor of Arunachal Pradesh BD Mishra has confirmed of Chinese People’s Liberation Army troopers coming close to the Indian territory while maintaining that the Indian troops have

In a big revelation, Governor of Arunachal Pradesh BD Mishra has confirmed of Chinese People’s Liberation Army troopers coming close to the Indian territory while maintaining that the Indian troops have the capability to meet any challenge.

Governor Mishra further said that as per the reports from the border, Chinese troops come near the Indian territory and retreat when challenged by Indian troops and this has always been a Chinese tactic to derail peace and tranquility in the region.

Meanwhile the Governor’s revelation comes close on the heels of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police filing a report to the Ministry of Home Affairs stating that the People’s Liberation Army had made 21 attempts in the last 20 days to trespass into Indian soil.

First Published: 17th April, 2018 13:03 IST

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