By- Staff Reporter | Date- December 24, 2011
Rubbishing media reports of a recent alleged Chinese intrusion at Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, the Indian Army has claimed that there has been no such incident reported in the international border at the Tawang district. This was confirmed by Brigadier Sudhakarjee at of the Indian Army’s 190 Mountain Brigade yesterday at Itanagar.
Alleging that all reports and footages of Chinese army damaging a wall constructed by the Army on the Indian side of the Indo-Sino border were framed up, the Army brigadier made it clear that those were all just rumours in the air.
It is to be mentioned that Arunchal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki had earlier claimed that everything was normal along the borders; however he had also expressed concern over the report of Chinese army damaging the wall constructed by the Indian Army in Tawang.
The Army sources revealed that the much hyped wall was just a temporary structure to serve two fold reason of protecting from strong winds as well as to prevent cattle moving inside Chinese side of the border. It was stated that the wall was repaired already and that this happened over six months ago, hence should not be an issue now at all.