MoD uploads information on PLA, removes it


Ajay Banerjee
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 6

China transgressed the Indian territory in japanese Ladakh at a number of spots, the Defence Ministry acknowledged in a doc posted on its web site on Tuesday.

The doc and the hyperlink, nevertheless, have been faraway from the web site this morning, although it’s not the primary time that an official acknowledgement has come on “transgressions” alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

It received’t change information, Congress takes a dig

“Forget standing up to China, India’s PM lacks the courage even to name them. Denying China is in our territory and removing documents from websites won’t change the facts,” — Rahul Gandhi tweeted.

The Ministry of External Affairs has earlier spoken about “transgressions”, but it surely hasn’t ever talked about particular places. The MoD assertion, nevertheless, had given particulars: “The Chinese side has transgressed in the areas of Kungrang Nala (Patrolling Point-15 north of Hot Springs), Gogra ( PP 17-A) and north bank of Pangong Tso on May 17-18.”

“The situation in eastern Ladakh arising from unilateral aggression by China continues to be sensitive. It requires close monitoring and prompt action based on the evolving situation,” it stated. It spoke in regards to the ongoing dialogue: “The engagement and dialogue at military and diplomatic level is continuing to arrive at a mutually acceptable consensus, the present standoff is likely to be prolonged”. The four-page doc was uploaded by MoD on Tuesday and eliminated on Thursday.



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