Chinese incursions into India

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

Indian Army’s Northern Commander General PC Bhardwaj will be visiting the 14 Corps within the next few days to take up the issue of Chinese incursions, sources said.

What began with helicopter violations into the Indian airspace has now escalated into the Chinese Army brazenly violating the International Border in Ladakh.

The Chinese Army has brazenly violated the International Border in Ladakh region and painted boulders and rocks in the area red.

The matter will also be discussed at the next border meeting between Indian and Chinese officials.

The Chinese troops entered nearly 1.5 kilometres into the Indian territory near Mount Gya, recognised as International border by India and China, and painted the boulders and rocks with red spray paint, official sources said.

The incursions were reported from the area, generally referred in the Chumar sector in east of Leh, and painted “China” in Cantonese with Red spray paint all over the boulders and rocks, they said.

The 22,420 ft Mount Gya, also known as “fair princess of snow” by Army is located at the tri-junction of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, Spiti in Himachal Pradesh, and Tibet. Its boundary was marked during the British era and regarded as International border by the two countries.

The border patrol discovered the red paint markings on various rocks and boulders along the Zulung La (pass) on July 31 and the Chinese had entered into the area and written “China” and “China” all over the place, the sources said.

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