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Chinese soldiers enter India’s village on the border in Leh

On the Indo-China border a group of Chinese soldiers, dressed in civilian clothes, entered Indian territory with the help of locals and ITBP jawans through two vehicles in Changthang village of Nyoma area of Leh eastern Ladakh.

The information was revealed on Sunday through a video circulated by the local people, according to a news of the Times of India.

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The newspaper has written on its website that the incident is from Chantang village in Nyoma area, 135 km east of Leh. The locals shared the video of it on Sunday.

The Times of India says that he had approached the ITBP security force to get more information on this matter but he refused to talk.

The website says that according to the video made by the residents of the village, a group of Chinese soldiers loaded in two vehicles had come to Indian territory on the border.

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The video, which had to go back after strong protests , showed that two Chinese vehicles, which had a group of Chinese soldiers in civil dress, were entering Indian territory in Changthang. However, he had to return after stiff opposition from the locals. However, ITBP jawans also came to action to face them.

these people were in plain veneer and were prohibiting local shepherds from grazing their animals there. But due to opposition from local residents, they had to leave. The people in the vehicle were Chinese citizens, some of whom may also be soldiers.

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According to the councilor of Nyoma, the website has said that this incident was allegedly four to five days ago.

Most of the Tibetan refugees live in Changthang, Changthang, Leh. Changthang is located in the Rushpo Valley at an altitude of about 14,600 meters above sea level. This village is home to Changpa nomads.

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