Congress gives adjournment notice in Lok Sabha on Chinese invasion

NEW DELHI: On the matter of Chinese encroachment, Congress Member of Parliament Manish Tewari issued an adjournment notice in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

"China has been taking an aggressive position along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), continuously expanding into Indian territory, resulting in conflicts along the LAC since April, 2020, including the tragic standoffs at Pangong Tso Lake and Galwan Valley," according to the notice.

Chinese settlements have now been built on Indian soil, including one on the banks of the Tsari Chu River in Arunachal Pradesh's Upper Subansiri district. A second village has also been reported in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. China is also said to have established many villages in the strategically important Bhutanese area of Doklam, according to sources. "The Congress has said that the administration is unable to offer a clear picture on the issue of the Line of Actual Control"  in the Northeast and Ladakh.

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