China amassed troops on LAC since May, violated agreements, says India

MEA said both sides had agreed to respect and abide by the LAC and not undertake any activity to alter the status quo

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(FILE PHOTO) satellite image shows ‘structures’ along LAC in the eastern Ladakh sector of Galwan Valley | photo: reuters

Press Trust of India New Delhi
China has been amassing a large contingent of troops and armaments along the Line of Actual Control since early May and conduct of the Chinese forces has been in complete disregard of all mutually agreed norms, India on Thursday said holding Beijing responsible for the eastern Ladakh standoff.

At an online media briefing, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava gave a run down of the events along the LAC in the eastern Ladakh region and held China responsible for the Galwan Valley clashes off June 15. In early May, he said, the Chinese side took action to hinder India's "normal,

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First Published: Jun 25 2020 | 7:32 PM IST

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