“In one of the areas, where there are different perceptions of Line of Actual Control, PLA patrol had transgressed, which was contested very firmly and resolutely by our forces. The border area along the northern frontier is stable and we are firmly in control,” he said.
“All across the northern borders, there are different perceptions of LAC and there are 8 recognised disputed areas where such differing perceptions of LAC are acknowledged by both sides. In one of those areas, where there is a different perception of LAC prevailing, PLA patrol had transgressed. It was contested very firmly by our forces on ground and it led to some amount of physical violence.”
“I am happy to say that it was contained at the local level. Resorting to existing bilateral mechanisms, the issue was resolved though there were some minor injuries to soldiers of both sides. There have been no major injuries. The local commanders resorted to existing protocols. It was followed by flag meetings at delegation level at Bumla, wherein the issue was resolved. I want to assure that the border areas in the northern frontier are stable and we are firmly in control,” the Eastern Command chief said. He advised people to not heed to rumours.
“There are no fresh developments in Doklam. The Doklam stand-off took place in 2017, primarily as a result of PLA attempt to construct a road in the area, which led to 73 days of standoff. Thereafter, through negotiations, the issues were resolved. There is a protocol followed in Doklam by both sides now. There is regular interaction by the local commanders of both sides, so that there are no new constructions on both sides.”
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