Ladakh, 30th October: China occupies another 8 km of Indian territory, forcing Indian troops to live in tents, a key Indian leader has revealed.
Baaghi TV: According to reports, China has occupied Indian territory for another 8 km in the Lake area.
Talking to an Indian newspaper, Thapistan Cheung, a former BJP MP, said that the situation on the border with China is tense and Chinese troops had infiltrated Indian territory.
Thapistan Cheung said that the Chinese army has occupied an additional 8 km area of India and has occupied two important Indian positions.
The former Indian MP also said in an interview that locals had learned that Indian troops stationed at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh were living in tents in freezing temperatures.
The former Indian MP said that it was unacceptable for Indian troops to live in tents. If the government could not evacuate Indian territory from China through negotiations, then Indian troops should be provided adequate shelter.
Earlier, the Indian newspaper The Hindu had reported that Chinese forces had occupied the Finger Four area in Ladakh and the Indian Army had not been able to patrol there since April.
It may be recalled that an Indian newspaper had reported on September 1 that the Chinese army had occupied an area of 1,000 km. The situation in the disputed area of Ladakh between India and China has been tense for the past five months.
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