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Indian fighter aircraft flies near China border
Indian fighter aircraft flies near China border

Indian security agencies have also tightened security in the script, following violent clashes in Galvan Valley. Indian Air Dena's jet fighter flew near the border on Saturday morning. In view of the tension on the border, the holiday of the jawans and officers who have come home on leave has also been canceled. The personnel of the Indian security forces deployed in the script of the India-China border have started getting the help of the Air Force. Tension on the border has increased since the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galvan Valley of Ladakh on 15 and 16 June. The ITBP and the Indian Army have intensified patrolling from Nabhidharag to Lipulek, 20 days after Chinese security forces wrote a warning to remove the Indian tin shed in Lipulek.

On Saturday, Indian Air Force fighter jets flew near the Lipulekh border. Indian fighter jets appeared on the China border from 8.55 to 9.15 on Saturday morning. Apart from this, the holidays of Indian Army personnel and officers who came home on leave in view of tension on the border have also been canceled. All have been ordered to present their battalions as quickly as possible. At the same time, after the high alert was also issued on the Nepal border, the SSB has deployed its troops on a whim. Due to the increasing tension, security agencies deployed on the Nepal border have been alerted. Along with speeding up the petrol at the border, every activity across the border is being monitored.

For your information, let us tell you that the situation on both sides of the border with Tanakpur and Banbasa has been said to be normal. SSB BoP Commander SI Mag Singh said that orders have been received from the higher level to stay alert on the border and monitor every activity. After this, the petrol in the border has been increased. There is also an eye on cross-border activities. Intelligence including police administration has also been alerted. CO Vipin Chandra Pant said that due to Corona, Nepal border is currently sealed. Banbasa border is being opened only from 6 to 10 am for repatriation of trapped migrants. During this period, movement is being allowed only after intensive questioning. The CO said that the police have been asked to keep in touch with the SSB and keep an eye on the border. Instructions have been given to remain alert.

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