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Chinese troops enter Indian territory, stop work

By The Assam Tribune
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Leh/Srinagar, Jan 9 (PTI): After remaining peaceful for most of the year, Chinese troops entered Indian territory in the fag end of 2010 along the Line of Actual Control in South-eastern Ladakh region and threatened a contractor and his team to halt work on constructing a "passenger shed".

The Chinese troops, which included motor-cycle borne personnel of People's Liberation Army (PLA), entered Gombir area in Demchok region in Jammu and Kashmir and threatened the civilian workers who were building the shed, the plan for which was cleared by the state rural development department, according to details accessed by PTI.

The incident took place in September-October last year in a village about 300-kms south-east of Leh district headquarters.

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Chinese troops enter Indian territory, stop work

Leh/Srinagar, Jan 9 (PTI): After remaining peaceful for most of the year, Chinese troops entered Indian territory in the fag end of 2010 along the Line of Actual Control in South-eastern Ladakh region and threatened a contractor and his team to halt work on constructing a "passenger shed".

The Chinese troops, which included motor-cycle borne personnel of People's Liberation Army (PLA), entered Gombir area in Demchok region in Jammu and Kashmir and threatened the civilian workers who were building the shed, the plan for which was cleared by the state rural development department, according to details accessed by PTI.

The incident took place in September-October last year in a village about 300-kms south-east of Leh district headquarters.

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