The army chief rejects reports of the Chinese downfall in Ladakh

New Delhi: Army chief Bipin Rawat rejected reports on Saturday of the Chinese troops dropping into the Demockey Democrat in Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir.
Media reports suggest that Chinese soldiers crossed the line of actual control (LAC) after some Tibetans lifted Tibetan flags to celebrate the birthday of the Dalai Lama.
The army chief said: “There were no incursions. The Chinese come and patrol their perceived line of real control, which we are trying to prevent. We are trying to try to reach out to our line of actual control given to us. “
According to reports, the Chinese reportedly entered the territory of India when the Tibetans, who make up a large part of demographics in the region, celebrated the birthday of the Dalai Lama.
India and China were previously locked in a 73-day border dispute and created a failure in the Sikkim Sector in 2017.

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