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India-China Face Off News Live Updates : Chinese soldiers brought sharp weapons to Indian post, intentions dangerous

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Indian Army on Tuesday (September 8) rejected China's claim that the Indian army crossed the Line of Actual Control and fired “warning shots” near the Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh, stressing that India is committed to disengagement and de-escalating the situation on the LAC.

 

Also Read : India-China border clash: Firing takes place on LAC in Eastern Ladakh  

 

The Chinese Army opened fire on the LAC and the Indian Army gave a befitting reply to the firing. Firing took place after 40 years. Chinese soldiers stepped back.

On the Ladakh standoff, a government source said that about 50 soldiers of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) were moving aggressively towards the Indian outpost near Mukhpari peak at around 6 pm on Monday. The Chinese army's effort was to divert Indian troops from the strategic peaks located in the Mukhpari peak and Rekin La areas in Ladakh.



Government sources in the Indian government said at the Ladakh deadlock that India's position on the strategic peaks in the vicinity of the southern bank of the Pangong Lake region is strong. Chinese troops, moving aggressively towards the Indian outpost in eastern Ladakh, took sticks, spears and sharp weapons. When the Indian Army stopped China's PLA on Monday evening, they fired 10-15 times in the air to intimidate our soldiers.

The Indian Army on Tuesday dismissed the accusations made by China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) of crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC), saying that Chinese troops opened fire in the air on Monday. The Army's comments came after the PLA alleged late on Monday that Indian troops crossed the LAC and opened fire to warn near Pangong Lake in eastern Ladakh. 



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