In a latest confrontation, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) crossed the border in Uttarakhand and entered Indian territory.
Chinese soldiers crossed into Uttarakhand’s Barahoti in Chamoli district on July 25 at about 9 am and came upto 200 metres on the other side of the border, reported the Indian media.
The standoff started more than a month ago after Chinese troops started building a road on the remote plateau, which is disputed by China and Bhutan.
Indian Express cited its sources as saying that the Chinese soldiers came as usual and asked cattle owners to leave the area. However the soldiers left after a couple of hours. Last year also a similar incident was reported from the region.