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- China Has Increased Its Troop Deployment At Lipulekh, The Place That Became A Trigger For Strained Relations Between New Delhi And Kathmandu
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Despite several rounds of military and diplomatic level negotiations between India and China, the resolution of the border dispute has not been resolved. (File photo)
- According to sources, around 1,000 soldiers were deployed in the area in July and also built military outposts.
- India launches Lipulekh-Dharachula route for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in May, Nepal protests
China is busy increasing its military deployment at the Lipulekh Pass. There has been tension between Nepal and India over this place for the last few months. The Lipulekh is a tri-junction between India, Nepal and China, located in the Kalapani Valley in Uttarakhand.
According to the information, China has deployed 150 Light Combined Arms Brigade there. The brigade was moved to China two weeks ago via Tibet towards the Lipulek Tri-junction.
Indian officials came to know about it two weeks ago. Chinese troops were stationed at Pala, about 10 km from the border. Sources said that around 1,000 soldiers were stationed near Pal in July itself and China built a permanent outpost there. About 15 days ago and two thousand soldiers were stationed at the post.
Nepal declares Lipulekh as its share in new map
India started the Lipulekh-Dharachula route in May for the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. This road is at an altitude of 17 thousand feet in Uttarakhand. This will help pilgrims, locals and business people. However, Nepal has objections to this. Nepal says it is part of it. Also in its new map, it stated its part.
India-China border dispute continues for three months
There is tension between India and China in many places over the border dispute for about three months. China is making claims in many places in India, which India has opposed. China has set up military camps in three sectors of the Western Line of Control – Western (Ladakh), Central (Uttarakhand, Himachal) and Eastern (Sikkim, Arunachal). Despite several rounds of military and diplomatic negotiations between India and China, the solution to the border tension has not been resolved.
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