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Chinese troops carried rods, spears and clubs in aggressive approach towards Indian post: Govt sources

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 8 September 2020 ()
Chinese troops carried rods, spears, clubs and sharp weapons in trying to close in on an Indian position in Mukhpari area of Rezang-La ridgeline in eastern Ladakh on Monday evening, government sources said on Tuesday.
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While addressing a press conference in Beijing on September 08, the spokesperson of Chinese Foreign Ministry, Zhao Lijian said, "On September 07, Indian troops illegally crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and entered south bank of Pangong Tso. Indian troops blatantly fired warning shots at our...

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