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Galwan Valley clash: China must keep to its side of LAC, says govt

Earlier in the day, China said the situation in the area was "generally stable and controllable", but it stuck to its stated position that the violence on June 15 was caused by Indian frontline forces

Army convoy, Srinagar-Leh National highway
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An Army convoy travels on the Srinagar-Leh National highway. The Army has rushed in additional troops to key frontline bases and formations in Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh. Photo: PTI

Archis Mohan New Delhi
India on Thursday again accused the Chinese of crossing the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on June 15. It also asked Beijing to not take any unilateral action to alter the LAC, but said the two sides were in regular touch.

Earlier in the day, China said the situation in the area was “generally stable and controllable”, but it stuck to its stated position that the violence on June 15 was caused by Indian frontline forces crossing the LAC. Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in the violence in the valley on June 15. There is

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First Published: Jun 19 2020 | 12:47 AM IST

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