India and China troop after a clash at Arunachal Pradesh got Minor injuries. After the confrontation, the two sides “quickly disengaged from the area” after “minimal injuries to a few troops from both sides.”
Last week, there was a brief skirmish between Indian and Chinese forces near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh.
The two sides “quickly disengaged from the region” following the confrontation on December 9 after “minimal injuries to a few people from both sides.”
The confrontation happened in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang Sector. Indian soldiers resisted Chinese troops crossing the LAC in a “strong and resolute way.”
Since the battles at Eastern Ladakh, there haven’t been any reports of such engagements between Indian and Chinese forces.
The worst of these conflicts came out at Galwan Valley in June 2020, resulting in the deaths or injuries of nearly 40 Chinese forces and 20 Indian soldiers. The incident sparked a string of clashes between the two countries, one of which took place on the South Bank of Pangong Lake.
Following numerous talks between military leaders, Indian and Chinese forces withdrew from strategic locations, including Gogra-Hot Springs in Ladakh. Such conflicts, according to government sources, have been occurring since 2006 as a result of “differing perceptions” of the border. “There are places of different perception along the LAC in the Tawang Sector of Arunachal Pradesh, where both sides monitor the area up to respective claim lines. The pattern started in 2006, thus. On December 9, 2022, Chinese troops made contact with the LAC in the Tawang Sector, which was vigorously resisted by own troops “the sources said.