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Transgression by China in Uttarakhand

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NEW DELHI, July 31 - Chinese troops entered one kilometre into Indian territory and threatened shepherds grazing cattle in the Barahoti area of Uttarakhand�s Chamoli district, officials said today.

The transgression took place on the morning of July 25 when a group of shepherds was asked to vacate the land by troops of the People�s Liberation Army (PLA), officials in the know said on the condition of anonymity.

The incident comes in the backdrop of a prolonged standoff between Chinese and Indian troops at Dokalam near Sikkim.

Barahoti, an 80 sq km sloping pasture about 140 km from the Uttarakhand capital Dehradun, is one of three border posts in what is known the �middle sector�, comprising Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

It is a demilitarised zone where Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans are not allowed to take their weapons, officials said. � PTI

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Transgression by China in Uttarakhand

NEW DELHI, July 31 - Chinese troops entered one kilometre into Indian territory and threatened shepherds grazing cattle in the Barahoti area of Uttarakhand�s Chamoli district, officials said today.

The transgression took place on the morning of July 25 when a group of shepherds was asked to vacate the land by troops of the People�s Liberation Army (PLA), officials in the know said on the condition of anonymity.

The incident comes in the backdrop of a prolonged standoff between Chinese and Indian troops at Dokalam near Sikkim.

Barahoti, an 80 sq km sloping pasture about 140 km from the Uttarakhand capital Dehradun, is one of three border posts in what is known the �middle sector�, comprising Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

It is a demilitarised zone where Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans are not allowed to take their weapons, officials said. � PTI

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