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India Vs China: Tawang why the clash between Indian and Chinese troops?

India and China relations have been on a downward spiral for decades. Incidents of attempts to enter India by crossing the Line of Actual Control on the India-China border are constantly coming to the fore. Clashes have occurred between the soldiers of both countries over this issue in the past.... more

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India and China relations have been on a downward spiral for decades. Incidents of attempts to enter India by crossing the Line of Actual Control on the India-China border are constantly coming to the fore. Clashes have occurred between the soldiers of both countries over this issue in the past. Not only India but almost most of China's neighboring countries accept this anti-proliferation policy of China. On 15 June 2020, Indian soldiers clashed with Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley of Ladakh after Chinese troops crossed the border and entered the Indian border. 20 Indian soldiers were killed in the Galwan encounter. But according to the sources, the Chinese soldiers lost their lives more than this. At that time, the Chinese soldiers were trained by the brave soldiers of India. China has been conducting such illegal border incursions for decades.

 

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About a year and a half after this incident, China's illegal invasion has come to the fore again. Incidentally, on December 9, Chinese soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control at Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh and clashed with Indian troops when they tried to enter India. The news of this incident was with the Indian army long ago, so they gave a befitting reply to the Chinese army. Frequent incidents of Chinese drone surveillance along India's border have been seen for months.

 

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After the clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Tawang, this is the first time that China has informed that the situation has normalized between the armies of both countries. After the Galwan dispute, China repeatedly said that it would withdraw its troops, but China did not do so. The international community believes that China has been forced to soften its tone in response to the adversary India's military.

 

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