Army maintains no change in LAC with China
New Delhi: The Army on Monday maintained that there
was no change in the established demarcation and "lines of
claim" along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh.
An Army spokesman was reacting to a report that a
"substantial" amount of land had been lost by India in the
last two decades along the LAC with China as had been brought
at a recent meeting chaired by Commissioner of Leh AK Sahu
and attended by an Army Brigadier and a Colonel.
The spokesman confirmed that the Army had attended the
meeting but went on to say that, "the Army does not agree with
the position and perception expressed”.
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