Itanagar/ Guwahati: An intrusion by Chinese troops has allegedly taken place in Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh. Villagers reportedly spotted the group of 11 soldiers roaming freely inside Indian territory when they went for hunting to the area about six days ago.
This is not the first incident of Chinese troops ‘infiltrating’ into Indian territory in Arunachal Pradesh. In November last year, troops from the neighbouring country entered through the Tuting sector and tried to build a road when they were confronted by locals and Indian Army.
The photographs, apparently clicked by the group of villagers, are making the rounds on social media but have not been confirmed by reliable sources so far. Also, as of now, there are no reports of intervention by the Indian army; the authorities concerned, too, are yet to confirm the claims made by the villagers.
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