Voice of Maharashtra

New Delhi: The Indian Army has arrested Chinese troops infiltrating the Indian border in the Tawang area of ??Arunachal Pradesh.

New Delhi: The Indian Army has arrested Chinese troops infiltrating the Indian border in the Tawang area of ??Arunachal Pradesh. Official sources told News18 that 200 Chinese troops had infiltrated the Indian border near the Tibetan border and destroyed unmanned bunkers. 
In the past week, reports have surfaced that this type of infiltration took place in the Boom La and Yangtze regions near the Line of Control. According to sources, a Chinese military patrol entered the Indian border. After that, India also responded to them and temporarily detained some soldiers from the Chinese contingent. The incident was later resolved at the level of local military commanders and Chinese troops were released, sources explained.
No official statement has been issued by the military on the incident. But security officials in charge of the defense said the Indian defense forces were not harmed.
The boundaries between India and China have not been demarcated. Different claims are made by both countries regarding the Line of Actual Control. According to the agreement and other agreements between the two countries, maintaining peace in the area is a priority, but there are differences of opinion as there is no demarcation of the border between the two countries, sources said. Currently patrolling by troops on both sides.
When patrolling units on both sides actually meet, they act according to established rules, the sources said. It is nothing new for China to infiltrate the region in this way. In 2016, more than 200 Chinese troops had crossed the Indian border. But after a few hours, they returned to their territory. India also objected in 2011 when Chinese troops tried to climb a 250-meter-high wall along the Indian border.