Today Air Force begins patrolling over Arunachal Pradesh is line of actual control after India China Border clash,
The Indian Air Force on Tuesday began patrolling near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh to prevent airspace violations following clashes along the India-China border.
According to an NDTV report, “Increased Chinese aircraft activity across the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh has prompted the Indian Air Force to launch its operations. India has patrolled the Line of Control “two-three times” in recent weeks to thwart China”.
This came as Indian and Chinese troops clashed along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector, with a few soldiers from both sides “slightly injured”.
the line of actual control separates India and China by there area, this day the Galwan encounter near Yangtse again this clash took place last Friday between the two sides in eastern Ladakh. Over the past 30 months, border barriers have created a chance of conflict.
“PLA troops engaged Indian troops in contact with LAC in Tawang sector on December 9. A few personnel from both sides sustained minor injuries in the encounter,” the Army said.
“Both sides have now immediately withdrawn from the area. As a follow-up to the incident, the area’s own (Indian) commander held a flag meeting with China as per the structured process to restore peace,” the media reported. .
During the winter session of Parliament, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh told the Lok Sabha that no Indian soldiers were killed and no one was seriously injured in the India-China face-off incident at Yangtse in Arunachal’s Tawang sector.
According to a report by news agency PTI, there were more than 200 Chinese soldiers carrying spiked clubs and sticks. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said the number of casualties on the Chinese side was higher.
The army said an area of ”different perception” had developed along the LAC in the Tawang sector.
The Indian Airforce today increased its patrols “in some areas along the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector where both India and China patrol the area up to their claim lines. This has been the trend since 2006,” the army said.
(With inputs from agencies)