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China increased military near LAC, going to bring in more weapons: Tibet Parliamentarian in-exile

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China increased military near LAC, going to bring in more weapons: Tibet Parliamentarian in-exile

China increased military near LAC, going to bring in more weapons: Tibet Parliamentarian in-exile

Commenting on the current situation of Indo-China border in Ladakh, Tibetan activist, Tenzin Tsundue said, "Media reports saying that the Chinese side reinforced their soldiers on the Ladakh border, so it's going to be very tense situation during this winter.

Namgyal Dolkar, member of the Tibetan Parliament In-Exile said, "With highest regards towards India what Indian government is doing I think that any form of treaty or agreements that India has done with China or bilateral agreement with China I don't think it's going to be any impact, China has increased a military number and they going to bring in more and more weapons.

I think it's not as military action, India must come up with a solid in a diplomatic action."


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