The Indian Army has occupied the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) post on the Line of Control (LAC). On 29 and 30 August, the PLA succeeded in stopping troops approaching the Indian border at Peng Lake in southern China. The Chinese military post is occupied by the Indian Army.
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The PLA allegedly tried to enter and occupy Indian territory. According to official sources in the Telegraph news, in response to the Chinese operation, the Special Operations Battalion captured a Chinese camp on a hill near Pegang Lake. A Chinese military outpost is captured near Chushul village. Colonel Anand said that a flag meeting at the level of ‘brigade commander’ was being held in Chushul to resolve the matter.
An army spokesman said, “Indian troops have already thwarted GLA activity on the southern bank of Pangong So (lake), and overcome Chinese intentions to strengthen our position and unify ground reality Has taken steps for, ”an army spokesman said. He said that the Indian Army is committed to maintaining peace and stability through dialogue, but at the same time is equally committed to protecting the territorial integrity of the country.