The Government should also tell what measures it is taking to take back the captured territory.
New Delhi – A bridge that is being constructed by China across the Pangong Lake is in the illegally occupied area, informed the Central Government in a written reply to a question in the Parliament. The Government also clarified that India had never accepted that encroachment of China since 1962.
Amid continued tensions with China along the LAC, the Indian government told Parliament that China has been building a bridge on Pangong lake which was “constructed in areas that have continued to be under the illegal occupation of China since 1962.”https://t.co/9lflXDvD1N
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Minister of State for External Affairs V Muralidharan said that India and China have maintained dialogue through both diplomatic and military channels for disengagement in the remaining areas on LAC in Eastern Ladakh.
Chinese Bridge Over Pangong Lake In ‘Illegally Occupied’ Area Since 1962 Says Indian Government https://t.co/xcCfVXJFgm
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(Despite negotiating with China for 60 years, China has not returned the area that they have occupied illegally. Hence, instead of wasting time in useless dialogue, India is expected to retrieve the area using the Army. – Editor)