终极一班之樱花飘落:China-India border again flares up

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China-India border again flares up

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4 Chinese nationals arrested in Arunachal( China’s South Tibet)




Four Chinese nationals, including a woman, were arrested by police at a village in Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh (China’s South Tibet). Police on Sunday said the four foreigners were arrested for entering Indian territory without valid documents.


Police said the Chinese nationals were arrested on Saturday from Pango, a remote village accessible only through a three day-long walk from Jorging, one of the Indian villages located close to the McMahon line in the district.


Based on leads from locals, Tuting police station officer-in-charge Gegong Jijong, along with two constables, went to Jorging and arrested the Chinese violators - a 23-year-old girl and three youths. The arrested persons were brought to the police station late in the evening. Their names are not known as yet.


The legislator of Tuting-Yingkiong, Alo Libang, said the foreigners were believed to have walked for 18 days to reach the Indian village. Although nothing is known as yet about the motive of their visit, a joint team of police, Army, SSB, ITBP and SIB would interrogate them, Libang said.


This is not the first time Chinese nationals have been arrested in Arunachal Pradesh (China’s South Tibet), which Beijing intermittently claims as its territory.


A report on the Dihang-Dibang Biosphere Reserve by the Rhino Foundation for Nature in NE India (RFNNEI) said Tibetan poachers from across the border frequently sneak into Dibang valley of Arunachal Pradesh (China’s South Tibet) to hunt Himalayan black bear and musk deer among other wildlife.



In Ladakh’s Demchok, China can build, India can’t


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The government ban on construction in Demchok, one of the disputed points in eastern Ladakh, is riling residents, who claim that the Chinese side is speedily ramping up its infrastructure and the Centre is just ‘watching’.


Even as China is speedily ramping up military infrastructure on its side, India seems to be taking baby steps to counter the swift strides of the ‘dragon’ near the strategically vital Demchok area of southeastern Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir.


The Union Government has imposed a ban on any kind of construction in Demchok by locals. Even the Leh administration cannot go ahead with any construction activity here without getting it approved from the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of External Affairs.


The move has caused great resentment among local residents, who claim that the government has been issuing them orders at will but it has not been able to do anything about the constructions being carried out by China in Demchok - one of the disputed points in eastern Ladakh.


“When China is steadily building infrastructure on its side, there is no point in imposing restrictions on us,” says Gurmet Dorje, who hails from the area and is an elected councillor in the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council. Dorje claims he has send several written petitions to the Centre on this matter but there has been no response.


According to locals, China is building huge blue-roofed all-weather structures here that can house up to 100-125 soldiers with their supplies during winter months. The Tribune has obtained pictures of Chinese soldiers holding red-coloured banners to warn local residents in the area. “This is the Line of Actual Control, you are on Chinese Territory,” read the banners. “We are often threatened by the Chinese while our government doesn’t even allow nomads of local Changpa tribe to graze their sheep along the LAC,” says Dorje.





Times of India/ Tribune of India