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Special Frontier Force officer killed in landmine blast at LAC

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, Sep 1: A Special Frontier Force officer was killed and another personnel of the force seriously injured in a landmine blast, while they were on a reconnaissance mission at the Line of Actual Control, sources said.

A special unit of the Special Frontier Force from Uttarakhand has been deployed in eastern Ladakh to gather reports about movements about Chinese People's Liberation Army troops and subsequently enable them to be thwarted. The incident took place between Black Top and Thakung Heights at Pangong Tso's south bank where India has thwarted a Chinese incursion.

The Special Frontier Force, which comes under Indian intelligence agencies, was deployed after the government found that China is trying to advance further against India.

The Indian Army, as well the government, however, refuse to comment over the issue.

Two days ago, Indian and Chinese troops were engaged in skirmish at the southern bank of the Pangong lake where the Chinese brought in close to 450 troops but the Indian Army said that their attempt to change the status quo was thwarted. - IANS

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Special Frontier Force officer killed in landmine blast at LAC

NEW DELHI, Sep 1: A Special Frontier Force officer was killed and another personnel of the force seriously injured in a landmine blast, while they were on a reconnaissance mission at the Line of Actual Control, sources said.

A special unit of the Special Frontier Force from Uttarakhand has been deployed in eastern Ladakh to gather reports about movements about Chinese People's Liberation Army troops and subsequently enable them to be thwarted. The incident took place between Black Top and Thakung Heights at Pangong Tso's south bank where India has thwarted a Chinese incursion.

The Special Frontier Force, which comes under Indian intelligence agencies, was deployed after the government found that China is trying to advance further against India.

The Indian Army, as well the government, however, refuse to comment over the issue.

Two days ago, Indian and Chinese troops were engaged in skirmish at the southern bank of the Pangong lake where the Chinese brought in close to 450 troops but the Indian Army said that their attempt to change the status quo was thwarted. - IANS

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