Chinese intrusion halts govt. projects in Ladakh
Jan. 10 (Times of India): In a fresh report of incursion, Chinese troops apparently intruded into Indian territory along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in south-eastern Ladakh region in September-October 2010.
People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops had entered Ladakh in Pangong area and a Chinese helicopter was seen hovering over Chunur area along the LAC in September.
According to reports, the incursion was discovered only when the Chinese troops threatened a Ladakh contractor and his team after asking them to halt work on a passenger shed. The contractor was working on a state government rural development department proposal to construct a passenger shed at Gombir and Demchok area in Leh.
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