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Indian and Chinese troops disengage after clash in Tawang sector

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According to reports, soldiers on both sides were slightly injured. The Indian Army and the PLA reportedly withdrew from the area after the incident and held a flag meeting to resolve the issue Image Courtesy ANI

Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh): In a new round of hostility between India and China, soldiers from the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) clashed at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Tawang on Monday. in Arunachal Pradesh.

According to reports, soldiers on both sides were slightly injured. The Indian Army and the PLA reportedly withdrew from the area after the incident and held a flag meeting to resolve the issue.

Defense officials informed the media that the clash took place on the night of December 9.

According to officials, a disagreement over the respective patrol points led to the clash in which the Indian army managed to push the PLA back into Chinese territory.

Indian officials claimed that the PLA violated the LAC in Tawang when they were challenged by the Indian army.

The development comes days after India and China announced a de-escalation of the military standoff in Ladakh.

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