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NEW DELHI, Nov 21 - The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday declined to comment on encroachment of Indian territory by China. MEA spokesman Raveesh Kumar said he would not like to comment on discussion in the Parliament. �It concerns the Ministry of Defence,� he added.

Raising the issue of Chinese encroachment of Indian territory in Lok Sabha on Tuesday, Arunachal East MP Tapir Gao said if a repeat of Doklam takes place, it will happen in Arunachal Pradesh. �China has encroached more than 50-60 km into our territory,� he alleged, urging the government to take note of this.

He also requested leaders of all political parties and media to voice protest against the Chinese move as the country has not only encroached upon Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh but also raised objections whenever India�s President, Prime Minister, Defence Minister or Home Minister visited the state.

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MEA declines comment on Chinese intrusion

NEW DELHI, Nov 21 - The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday declined to comment on encroachment of Indian territory by China. MEA spokesman Raveesh Kumar said he would not like to comment on discussion in the Parliament. �It concerns the Ministry of Defence,� he added.

Raising the issue of Chinese encroachment of Indian territory in Lok Sabha on Tuesday, Arunachal East MP Tapir Gao said if a repeat of Doklam takes place, it will happen in Arunachal Pradesh. �China has encroached more than 50-60 km into our territory,� he alleged, urging the government to take note of this.

He also requested leaders of all political parties and media to voice protest against the Chinese move as the country has not only encroached upon Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh but also raised objections whenever India�s President, Prime Minister, Defence Minister or Home Minister visited the state.

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