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Security agencies submit detailed report on Chinese buildup in Ladakh to govt

IndiaTimes Thursday, 4 June 2020
Indian security agencies have submitted a detailed report to the government on the Chinese military build-up in Eastern Ladakh and how it was able to bring in so many troops into the area. The report has all the details about the Chinese build-up in different sectors from the topmost area including the Daulat Beg Oldi sector and the Pangong Tso sector, sources said.
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