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Opposition demands restoration of status quo ante of April on LAC with China

IndiaTimes Thursday, 17 September 2020
Opposition leaders in the Rajya Sabha asked the government on Thursday to restore status quo ante as on April this year on the India-China border. ​​Cutting across party lines, members in the Upper House of Parliament expressed their solidarity and support to the armed forces, which are facing a standoff situation against the Chinese army in eastern Ladakh.
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