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Chinese troops intrude in Leh-Ladakh sector, warn locals in Hindi

Discussion in 'International Relations' started by tunguska, Jul 9, 2013.

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  1. tunguska

    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    New Delhi: A little over two weeks ago, Chinese troops intruded into the same areas in the Leh-Ladakh sector that had sparked off tensions in April and threatened the locals in Hindi. The troops even broke the high-resolution cameras that the Indian Army had set up in the area a month ago.

    While the Army headquarters is tight-lipped about the incident, the broken camera equipment was returned to an Indian Army patrol at a flag meeting on July 3 in Chusul area following furious negotiations between the two sides.

    The incident took place on June 17 when a Chinese patrol intruded into the Indian side and dismantled the cameras set up in Chumur near Daulat Beg Oldie. Sources in the security establishment said the cameras had been put up after the Indian Army dismantled some of its structures following the resolution of the stand-off in April. While the Army dismantled the tin sheds it had set up, it quietly set up high-resolution cameras to monitor any Chinese movement on their side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

    The Chinese patrol was proficient in Hindi and threatened locals, asking them to vacate the area, claiming it to be their own. The incident was reported to the government by Indian intelligence agencies and confirmed by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police. It was, however, kept under wraps as the government did not want another international controversy while it was also battling the Uttarakhand floods.

    Ironically, this flare up took place even as Union Defence Minister AK Antony was scheduled to travel to China for a bilateral visit this month.

    Indian officials feel the repeated incursions are a result of an internal tussle between the Chinese PLA (People’s Liberation Army) and PLAN (People’s Liberation Army Navy). “There is a subtle power struggle going on within the Chinese leadership. This has resulted in the Chinese becoming aggressive in the South China Sea and the Leh-Ladakh sector, with leaders using the incidents to prove their supremacy in the party hierarchy,â€￾ a senior government analyst told DNA. There is also a major difference of perception between Delhi and Beijing on where the LAC is. “The Chinese perception is very different from ours. So, every time they intrude, they insist it is their territory while we claim it is ours,â€￾ the analyst said.

    The Indian Army has stopped patrolling the Chumur sector as part of a bilateral deal between Delhi and Beijing. However, the June 17 incident shows that the Chinese continue to be as aggressive as ever.

    Chinese troops intrude in Leh-Ladakh sector, warn locals in Hindi
     
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    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    Chinese are really getting into the nerves. :hmm:

    They are the masters of small skirmishes... Let us see how India is gonna respond.
     
  3. Rock n Rolla

    Rock n Rolla Lt. Colonel STAR MEMBER

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    :facepalm: :facepalm:

    I don't know what to say....this anti-national Congress govt might even sell this area to the Chinese. We should've responded aggressively during the first incident itself.
     
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    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    Initial response was inept, if they tresspass in one sector we trespass them in another sector. That is the way to go.
     
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    layman Aurignacian STAR MEMBER

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    We need to develop some weapon like HAARP it will in best interest to use natural calamities against Chinese in the Eastern border.
     
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    sangos Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Return the favor and break some hard nutcases with 7 holes:sarcastic: Send in the Gurkhas to take a few trophies.
     
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    Earthquakes, Tsunamis are can be artificially created; but who do we entrust with such a big project DRDO?? For that they have to change drastically.

    We can use biological warfare though, if it comes to that !!
     
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    huh! DRDO, you are right, noway they can do that. We need to find other PSU's. Biological warfare is gives out lot of evidence. Conventional weapons are not gonna work if we need to go for sustained war.
     
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    I am fed up of these incidents.....We strictly need to do something, day by day their morale is getting higher and higher to intrude....these Chinese bastards should be taught a lesson, the government needs to be aggressive on such matters first the dismantling of posts at Chumar sector and now this....but unfortunately MMS and company dont have the balls to react in an aggressive manner.... 2014 I am waiting for you
     
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    gr8 if it starts im going to njoy shooting a budhist :dude:
     
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    Shoot a Buddhist ? What is that ?
     
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    omya Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    80% chinese r budhists :artillery:
     
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    chinise are buddist... the time china will have atleast 3 AC in china sea.. it will go on war with us... that puts the date as max 2020.. the question is are we preparing for that
     
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    Ah.. ok Fine enough... WE will be prepared, jus mater of time.
     
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    Did Antony ignore June 17 incursion by PLA to ensure a smooth China trip?

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    Defence Minister A.K. Antony with his Chinese counterpart Gen Chang Wanquan in Beijing.

    Defence Minister A.K. Antony was aware of the latest incursion by the Chinese troops in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir well before setting out on his four-day trip to Beijing earlier this month, sources told Headlines Today on Tuesday.

    According to sources, Antony received the report on People's Liberation Army's (PLA's) action in Chumar on June 24, exactly a week after it happened.

    However, sources said, Antony expressed to the briefing team that the intrusion should not affect his Beijing visit plan. Sources said that Antony also received information that the issue was being addressed at the local level.

    On June 24, Antony finalised and approved agenda for his China visit from July 4. According to sources, the latest PLA intrusion and the July 3 border meeting did not come up when Antony was in Beijing.

    The question now arises whether the defence minister deliberately chose to ignore the June 17 border incursion so as to ensure a smooth and unruffled trip to China.

    Did Antony ignore June 17 incursion by PLA to ensure a smooth China trip? : North, News - India Today
     
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