Ladakh: ITBP jawans and civilians repel Chinese troops in Changthang

सरकारी योजना के लिए जुड़े Join Now
खबरें Telegram पर पाने के लिए जुड़े Join Now

New Delhi : A group of Chinese soldiers, dressed in civilian dress, entered the Indian border in two vehicles in Changthang village in Nyoma area of eastern Ladakh, amidst ongoing tension between India and China. The locals drove them back with the help of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) soldiers. The region is 135 km east of Leh in Ladakh. This information was revealed on Sunday through a video circulated by the local people.

The Chinese soldiers who were in civil dress were arguing with local nomads so that their cattle could graze in that area. But they were forced to return after strong opposition from local residents. Locals also informed the ITBP jawans about this. This incident happened a few days ago.

The video shows two Chinese vehicles in which a group of soldiers in civil dress were sitting. They entered Indian territory in Changthang. However, they were forced to return after stiff opposition from locals. At the same time, ITBP jawans also came into action to face them.

ITBP officials have refused to speak about the incident. At the same time, it can be seen clearly in the video of the incident that Chinese soldiers entered Indian territory. This video has gone viral on social media. The video was shot by the local people.

Most of the Tibetan refugees are inhabited in Leh’s Changthang. It is located in the Rushpo Valley at an altitude of about 14,600 meters above sea level. This village is home to Changpa nomads. The incident came to light at a time when there has been a continuous standoff between India and China in East Ladakh for eight months.

Back to top button