The incursion into Arunachal Pradesh came at a time when China is opposing India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group on the ground that India has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
China Wednesday rejected allegation of incursion by its troops in Arunachal Pradesh, saying the Sino-India border has not yet been demarcated and the soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army were conducting “normal patrols” on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control.
“China and India border has not yet been demarcated,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Lu Kang told media briefing here answering a question of reports of 250 Chinese troops entering Yangste, East Kameng district on June 9.
“It is learnt that China’s border troops were conducting normal patrols on the Chinese side of the LAC (Line of Actual Control),” Lu said.
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The big contingent of PLA soldiers stayed in the area for few hours and left for their base, the reports said.
The incursion into Arunachal Pradesh came at a time when China is opposing India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) on the ground that India has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
Beijing, which is reportedly backing Pakistan’s application into the…