Deceptive realities, no Chinese village on Indian soil: Union minister Kiren Rijiju

Misleading truths, no Chinese town on Indian soil: Union minister Kiren Rijiju

Misleading Facts, No Chinese Village On Indian Soil: Union
Image Source: PTI/FILE Deceptive facts, no Chinese town on Indian

soil: Union minister Kiren Rijiju Chinese Town in Arunachal News: Days after reports in some section of media claimed that Chinese have actually intruded in Arunachal Pradesh and built a village, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has actually rubbished all such reports. Rijiju asserted that facts were being misrepresented by a section of media which was a ‘huge crime’.

He said a few areas of media reported unverified reports which were then quoted by others.

“Deceptive reportage have actually caused harm to the nationwide interest and it has demoralised the Army. What pleasure do individuals manage reporting such misleading truths,” Rijiju stated while responding to concerns over the supposed Chinese invasion throughout an event of personal TV channel.

The Union minister’s declaration presumes significance as a current Pentagon report highlighted that China has developed a town along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Arunachal Pradesh sector.

However, the yearly report by the United States Department on military and security developments likewise made it clear that the contruction work by the Chinese apprently took location in an area that occupied by the People’s Freedom Army (PLA) over 60 years ago.

“The town along the contested border in the upper Subansiri district remains in the area managed by China. They have, for several years, maintained an Army post in the area and the various building and constructions undertaken by the Chinese have not taken place in a short time,” a source stated. The sources said the town has been constructed by China in an area that was inhabited by it around six years back.

“The town has been developed by China in a location that was occupied by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) after overrunning an Assam Rifles post in 1959, in an operation referred to as Longju occurrence along the frontier in Arunachal Pradesh,” the source stated.

(With PTI inputs)

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